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Medical technology

The latest articles, press releases and dossiers on medical technology in Baden-Württemberg

  • Article - 07/01/2008

    Prof. Dr. Thomas Hirth took over the management of the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology IGB in Stuttgart. In 1992 he became a scientist at the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT in Karlsruhe.

  • Article - 06/01/2008

    The server-based Hospital Connector developed by InterComponentWare AG ICW has now been certified by the German company responsible for the operation and application of the national Electronic Health Card in the official health card test regions.

  • Article - 06/01/2008

    Only a few researchers combine different disciplines as effectively and with as much flair as Professor Dr.-Ing. Heinrich Planck director of the ITV Denkendorf. He combines mechanical textile and medical engineering both on the scientific and economic level at the same time as being a dedicated networker.

  • Press release - 06/01/2008

    The method is elegant and cardiologists love it heart catheter examination. The number of catheter examinations carried out has continuously increased over the last few years. In 2005 in Germany an impressive number of 772000 heart catheter examinations were carried out.

  • Press release - 03/01/2008

    The German medical faculties and the associated university hospitals are now presenting their activities on the Internet by way of the Landkarte Hochschulmedizin University Medicine Map.

  • Article - 02/01/2008

    Nele Wellinghausen has always been interested in plants and animals. As a teenager she studied ferns and won the German Jugend forscht competition. Nowadays the medical expert carries out research on microorganisms specifically on pathogens that lead to sepsis.

  • Article - 30/11/-1

    The Baden-Württemberg Health Forum established in 2002 has officially recognised the course Medical Informatics jointly offered by the Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences and the University of Heidelberg as a beacon project.

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