The B.LV5 flow-through biosensor from Jobst Technologies GmbH enables, among other things, simultaneous glucose and lactate measurement. Thanks to a very small flow cell, the sensor requires only a small sample volume and is also suitable for long-term measurement applications due to its reliability and fast response time.
Jobst Technologies GmbH
Hall 13 / Stand F48
Communication between the nervous system and artificial intelligence: Brain Interchange technology is an implantable system for measuring and stimulating brain activity in long-term use. Paralyzed people can use the closed-loop system to control their wheelchair, for example – or it can be used as a therapy option for epilepsy or Parkinson's disease.
Hall 13 / Stand D47
Piezoelectric ceramic products from PI Ceramic GmbH: For medical technology, PI Ceramic develops and produces semi-spheres and spheres as well as focus bowls in a wide variety of geometries and electrode designs, for example with and without contacting. Applications include therapeutic ultrasound for targeted drug dosage in the body.
PI Ceramic GmbH
Hall 13 / Stand E47
World premiere at COMPAMED 2021: With the completely dead space-free design of the smartflow external gear pump and the hyperfit push-in connector, AVS Römer is setting new standards in performance and hygiene. Since media accumulation and residues are avoided, the duration and number of cleaning cycles are also reduced. This makes media changeover simple and fast.
AVS Römer GmbH & Co. KG
Hall 14 / Stand D18
Microsystems from FISBA AG: The FISBA FISCam is a microcamera for minimally invasive surgery and diagnostics and impresses with its high resolution and compact design. The complete technology of the FISCam is in the cable.
Hall 13 / Stand D59
Innovative sensors from Sensirion AG: Product highlights at COMPAMED 2021 include the flow platform for respiratory devices, tiny flow sensors for smart inhalers and e-health applications, and a fluid sensor for drug delivery. The last one can be seen, for example, on the left arm of the teddy bear.
Hall 14 / Stand D47