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Medical technology for the new development for treatment on humans

university of magdeburgNeomento develops virtual reality-based software solutions for the treatment of mental disorders such as anxiety and addiction disorders. The most effective form of treatment, the confrontation in real environments (in vivo), is logistically complex, challenging and not fully controllable.

hy line1119Hy-Line Power Components offers with the new Power supply series DTM65-D and DTM-65C8 from TDK-Lambda for the first time external AC / DC adapters with power plug / IEC connector on. Equipped with 65 W power, the devices also have IEC 60601-1 approvals for medical devices and meet the latest energy efficiency requirements.

rauscher41119Rauscher presents 18 new Basler "MED ace" USB 3.0 cameras with 9 and 12 megapixel resolution and the best CMOS sensor technology available on the market. They offer frame rates up to 42 images / s and are produced, distributed and maintained throughout the product lifecycle according to ISO 13485: 2016. In addition, they are equipped with the MED feature sets specifically for applications in the field of medical and life sciences.

KNF1119Compamed hall 8a, booth K04

With the Diaphragm liquid pump FP 400 For the first time, KNF has managed to arrange five membranes horizontally in one plane. Thus, the FP 400 achieves a very low pulsation on the intake and pressure sides. With this value, which until now was reserved for gear pump technology due to its design, the FP 400 has a real unique selling proposition.

schott1119Compamed Hall 8b, Stand H08

Bulkhead introduces a new age of light for single-use endoscopes with the "Single EZ guide" light guide: the light guide is designed as a plug-and-play component and can therefore be easily, quickly and cost-effectively integrated into the overall system. Due to the space-saving use of flexible glass fibers, a maximum of light can be transported to the scene in the very thin light guides.

abb11019technical articles

SPS hall 4, booth 4420

ABB has opened its first global Health Care Hub on the Texas Medical Center (TMC) campus in Houston, Texas, dedicated to health research. At the opening, a number of technology concepts were presented, including one mobile "Yumi" robot, Designed to assist healthcare professionals and laboratory professionals in laboratory work and logistical tasks in the hospital.