© Messe Düsseldorf More precise diagnostics thanks to digitization, even in the case of tumors
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Exhibitor Websessions

WS: French breakthroughs in remote diagnoses, monitoring and surveillance

Fabien Astic, ExactCure:

The lecture will explain how ExactCure's Digital Health solution helps to properly use drugs. Their Digital Twin simulates the concentration of drugs in the blood of a patient based on his/her personal characteristics in order to avoid under-doses, overdoses and drug-drug interactions. Their goal is to become the worldwide reference in personalized medication simulations.

 

Bonnet Valery, WeMed:

Connected medical devices already exists, but at excessive cost and mostly dedicated to professionals (not to Mr. or Miss Smiss). WeMed's objectives are to move the line in telemedecine with its universal connected medical devices (the first one is stethoscope named SKOP), used with all telemed platform and also with WhatsApp, Zoom, etc. At affordable price...

 

Spencer Jacobs, FeetMe

Digital Telerehabilitation, the intervention of the future.

Due to the aging population and increase of chronic diseases, the need for physical rehabilitation will continue to grow while a lack of resources is already seen today. Thanks to FeetMe’s wearable devices, connected Insoles, providing real time feedback directly from the patients feet, telemonitoring and rehabilitation becomes an easy practice.

Thanks to the easy wearable device, the user friendly application and the remote connectivity, FeetMe solutions used during the Covid period, will become a strong alternative in the changes of traditional healthcare towards home based telerehabilitation.