MEDICA is the world’s largest event for the medical sector and has been firmly established on every medical expert’s calendar for more than 40 years. From 13 – 16 November 2017, Konica Minolta will be displaying its healthcare solutions at MEDICA in Düsseldorf, Germany (Hall 9, Booth D68). Konica Minolta will be presenting several pre-market innovations such as WoundAide, a hand-held solution for fast wound assessment and documentation, and SPFS, an immunoassay system.
We look forward to welcoming you to our booth and invite you to get in touch with our specialists on different topics.
For radiography professionals demanding the highest level of confidence, Konica Minolta’s AeroDRTM HD detector has an astonishing pixel size of only 100µm!
With a pixel count of 3488 x 4256 – up to 4 times more than standard resolution detectors – the AeroDRTM HD allows enlarging microstructures to conduct precise analyses required for extremities, paediatrics and other specialities where image details and dose efficiency are vital to diagnosis.
Konica Minolta offers solutions for the optimisation of IT workflows that automate document-related processes, make medical information easily and securely accessible and reduce administrative costs.
Not all X-ray exams can be performed in the X-ray room itself. Sometimes, care needs to come to the patient. With the AeroDRTM X30 Mobile X-ray System, digital diagnoses can be performed wherever the patient is in the hospital or medical facility. The detectors are easily stored in the bin and are automatically charged at the same time, even while driving. Other advantages are the single-handed operation and the retractable column for a better view. Moreover, performing X-ray exams is 100% wireless!
The Sonimage HS1 is an easy-to-use, powerful & portable ultrasound system with high image quality thanks to its ultra-broadband transducers and Triad Tissue Harmonic imaging technology. It is specifically designed for orthopaedic centres, MSK, anaesthesia, rehabilitation & physiotherapists, and even comes with a predefined rheumatology workflow.
The accurate assessment of wounds is an important aspect of wound care, but is often a challenge. The problem is that the manual measurement and documentation process can be time-consuming, inaccurate, infection-prone and painful. With WoundAide, Konica Minolta has developed a simple, mobile and cost effective wound assessment solution that provides accurate 3D measurement and 3D wound documentation in seconds through automated image analysis.
SPFS (surface plasmon field-enhanced fluorescence spectroscopy) is an immunoassay system for detecting certain problematic heart conditions in a very early phase, and prostate cancer with high specificity. The fluorescent antibody technique is used to detect disease-associated biomarkers (proteins). By making fluorescent materials bond chemically with the specific proteins and then detecting the fluorescence, the presence and behaviour of, for example, a sign of acute myocardial infarction can be shown up earlier.
Konica Minolta will be demonstrating MOBOTIX intelligent video solutions for healthcare, including a thermal scanner designed for patient monitoring with detection and alerting for high body temperatures associated with fever. The intelligent video solutions include analytics to detect if a patient is distressed or has fallen out of bed, with the ability to automatically raise the alarm via local audio and IP-connected communications devices. The MOBOTIX portfolio also offers smart access control systems and traditional security surveillance cameras, including innovative hemispheric models with just a single camera able to cover an entire ward from a single central ceiling mounting position.
Radiology results can be printed in a specially designed DICOM booklet for reference purposes.