Optical, chemical or immunological procedures - laboratory medicine reveals the smallest traces. Doctors can identify diseases even more accurately and quickly and recommend therapies based on laboratory values. Immerse yourself in the laboratory of the future and experience the most innovative techniques and excellent lectures at MEDICA 2019 in the new exhibition hall 1 and in hall 3.
Discover the most innovative laboratory medical techniques!
Are you looking for clues, too? Products and exhibitors for laboratory technology and diagnostics can be found in the MEDICA 2019 catalogue!
Laboratory medicine, molecular pathology, microbiology, medical technology and life sciences are creating exciting new options with an impact on the entire healthcare market. What will happen in the laboratory of the future? How can we make diagnoses even more precise? Find out at MEDICA trade fair and MEDICA LABMED FORUM 2019 and discover everything on offer from A to Z – from innovative analyser appliances and the latest diagnostic procedures to the high-speed centrifuge.
Doctors and patients, health policymakers and healthcare providers, media representatives and all other visitors of the world’s largest medical trade fair are invited to four exciting focal days with top-class lectures and panel discussions on microbiology, cardiology and oncology in the laboratorie sector. The MEDICA LABMED FORUM is organized by Prof. Dr. med. Georg Hoffmann, Trillium GmbH Medizinischer Fachverlag and the German Heart Center Munich.
Discover the latest product innovations of international start-ups around laboratory technology!
Hall 13, stand 13D56-13F56
Akili Labs (Rep. South Africa)
Low cost point of care based rapid diagnostic systems that are capable of testing for viruses, bacterial and fungal infections. This system also allows for certain types of gene screening to be performed.
New active substances that are suitable for drugs are initially tested in animal experiments. However, the results cannot always be transferred to the human organism. At the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Prof. Ute Schepers from vasQlab explains how active substances can be tested in human tissue without endangering human health.
Our blood reveals a lot about our physical health. The shape of our blood cells sheds light on several hereditary diseases for example. For a diagnosis, the cells must first be examined under the microscope and categorized into a specific cell class. We met with Dr. Stephan Quint and Alexander Kihm of the Institute of Physics at the Saarland University, who explained how this classification works.