A realistic soldier mannequin simulates battlefield wounds for military medical training.
TecnoBody’s digital mirror not only allows users to perform each motor gesture with maximum control, but also makes it possible to analyze the performance in real time according to precise parameters. Thanks to D-WALL users can perform hundreds of exercises and programs ready to use, specific for posture, functional training, balance, and strength.
In recent years, medical technology companies in Baden-Württemberg, Germany have established a good network of suppliers and customers together with clinics and other healthcare providers. With more than 600 companies, the Southwest region is one of Europe's leading locations in the field of medical technology. Major international companies such as Aesculap AG and Karl Storz GmbH & Co. KG are also active in the industry as are many small- and medium-sized enterprises.
Some Medica exhibitors also feature educational technologies.
Several halls in Medica are dedicated to international pavilions. 69 countries total are represented this year.
NENASim is billed as the world's most realistic baby simulator. It has eyes, a head, and limb movement. It can also realistically simulate vocal sound (i.e., crying, coughing, heart sounds), infant breathing patterns and complications, circulation, and an anatomical airway.
Medica features a section solely dedicated to wearable technologies. The performance of wearables is constantly improving, and they are opening up more and more new options for diagnostic, therapeutic, and patient monitoring in the healthcare sector.
Sleep apnea is a common but undertreated medical condition. CPAP masks, which used to be cumbersome treatments for the disease, have made advances in comfort and portability.