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Sterile conditions for mobile field hospitals and surgical field hospitals

This new technology can be used immediately without installation time. Toul laminar airflow creates immediate sterile conditions for army field hospitals, surgical field hospitals or wherever it is needed. A combination of Laminar Air Flow and high efficient HEPA filters ensures sterile laminar airflow especially for the application of operating theatre suites (operating room- surgical room). Toul laminar airflow guarantees sterile conditions in the operating field and on the instrument table even in extreme conditions like military and emergency situation. This mobile laminar airflow can be u ...

25.07.2007

Mobile Laminar Air flow for emergency - less wound infection for emergency application

A new mobile laminar air flow Toul makes it possible to ensure the best possible sterile conditions for emergency and field hospitals This mobile laminar air flow system Toul reduces the contamination level on the surgical site and instrument table up to 95 % by the use of Hepa filters. The air is filtered via Hepa filter (High efficiency particulate air). The mobile laminar air flow guarantees sterile conditions in the operating field and on the instrument table even in extreme conditions. It can be used immediately due to sterile screens which are to be exchanged just before the operation ...

03.07.2007

Saving waste can save you money

In 2002, AK Umweltschutz carried out a practice workshop in the hospital Nordrhein-Westfalen with experts, production manufacturers and hospital staff regarding the subject “Waste or effluent? Disposing fluid medical waste safely, cheaply and in an environmentally friendly manner.“ The conclusion: "Our future task is to develop in association with handlers, manufacturers and research institutes, a safe, cost-saving and environmentally friendly solution for this problem [the disposal of fluid waste].” Growing costs of disposal, the need for safe alternatives to the bedpan and const-inte ...

15.06.2007

ISENCE POWER®MASK – HIGH-TECH BEAUTY CARE WITH IQ–INTERFACE

Air-conditioning, heating, too much travel, flying, a demanding job and harmful environmental influences – no more problem for your skin ! ISENCE beauty innovations, a group of biologists, technicians and cosmetic specialists from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Taiwan – many of them true cosmopolitans and frequent-fliers – have developed together with dermatologists a high-tech beauty care system that is the first to make cosmetic applications simple, fast and efficient and gives your skin an energy boost, minerals and moisture: ISENCE POWERMASK – the facial sheet mask. THE IDEA – a fla ...

08.06.2007

ICD-10, don’t get lost in translation!

Being the first internet image database to understand the power of this revolutionary tool, we developed the medicalpicture® ICD-10 search system, allowing our customers to search our databank using these diagnose keys instead of search words, resulting in a vastly superior specificity in your search. Search and enjoy “This innovation simplifies navigating the medicalpicture® database tremendously,“ explains CEO Thomas Schmidt, referring to this latest addition to the medicalpicture search engine. “We are certain that this innovation was worth the effort. Customers from around th ...

03.06.2007

Beauty, those who look for it, find it, or create it

The profession of aesthetic surgery covers numerous different medical fields. Ultimately, the goal is always an aesthetic improvement of the patient’s looks although the medical reasoning behind any procedure may vary from medically necessary interventions to purely aesthetic motivations.Liposuktion ‘Beauty comes from within, but sometime you have to help it get out!’ quote Thomas Schmidt, CEO medicalpicture GmbH. ‘..medicalpicture photographers show how its done.’ Pictures, photos and illustration regarding aesthetic surgery in the image archive Numerous different procedures are ...

21.05.2007

Berlin based ETLog Health, Grontmij | Carl Bro and EHG awarded tender for EU waste project in Serbia

The long years of civil war has left its mark deep in the fabric of Serbia. Since October 2000, she has been making efforts to turn around the fortunes of the nation. Serbia has placed great hope in membership of the EU. In order to achieve this aim, she must first restore and improve the infrastructure. One is the disposal of waste. To this end, the European Agency Reconstruction (EAR) has initiated a programme with the title: National CARDS Programme. Many projects have been awarded under the aegis of this programme, including technical support in area of hospital waste. The aim of the pr ...

16.05.2007

InfoPro Launches online training for CABG

New Jersey, US: InfoPro Learning, one of the world’s leading providers of learning solutions, has announced the launch of its first ever, online training course on Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG). The course, authored by Dr. A Sampath Kumar, the internationally renowned cardiovascular surgeon, is hosted on InfoPro’s Life Sciences website at http://lifescience.teachmeit.com. CABG surgery is one of the most commonly performed major operations in the world, especially in the US, where about half a million surgeries are conducted each year. CABG is recommended for patients whose arterie ...

07.05.2007

medicalpicture® machte am 19.04.2007 Station auf der picturehouse in Hamburg.

The asthmatic constriction of the respiratory pathways, often has inflammatory causalities and is mostly a chronic condition. Generally, some kind of gAsthmawieseenetic predisposition may be found in asthma patients. Up to 5 percent of the adult and approximately 10 percent of the juvenile population are suffering from asthma. An attack may be triggered by a variety of individual factors although several factors may come together and further increase the severity of an attack. In popular media asthma is often divided into two major groups, allergy related and non-allergic asthma. Cigarett ...

25.04.2007

Improvements to Healthcare Provision in South-East Asia

According to a report from the news agency Reuters, the German chancellor called for “support for emerging and developing countries with the development of hospital provision” at the AIDS conference in March 2007 in Bremen. This call underlines the acute necessity of the project started in January in Asia. A large number of infectious diseases such as TB, Hepatitis C, HIV/AIDS as well as pandemics such as SARS and bird ‘flu are transmitted in hospitals. The risk for healthcare professionals and patients is high, and this burdens the healthcare system with extra costs. In order to prevent infec ...

26.03.2007

Day of Tribute to Charles Darwin, the Father of the Evolution Theory

ebruary 12th is Darwin Day, which appeals to the spirit of research and humanity in honour of the British nature researcher. medicalpicture® is celebrating this day with its own series of pictures for the creator of the theory of evolution. Even nowadays the name Darwin draws different reactions from different people – even though Darwin himself cannot help it. Charles Robert Darwin, who was born on February 12th, 1809 in Shrewsbury and died on April 19th, 1882 in London, is arguably one of the most frequently misunderstood scientists of all time. And for no other misunderstood scien ...

11.02.2007

Designers Digest shows “Views from the inside – layer by layer”

medicalpicture® will be presenting itself in the latest edition of the professional publication Designers Digest with an impressive picture gallery. Large-format illustrations of the brain, histological profiles of organs and true images from the inside of the body demonstrate in a strikingly sensuous manner that humans can be attractive models with more than just their outer appearance. The most recent publication of Designers Digest (Number 98) is a small work of art in itself. This is not only due to the highly aesthetic layout and the fine print quality, but to a great extent ...

06.02.2007

ETLog Health works on Waste Management Project in Pakistan

Berlin/Islamabad. The politically explosive Pakistani province of Kashmir became the focus of world attention for a few days in 2005. In a short space of time, an earthquake raised whole swathes of land to the ground. In addition to the reconstruction aid, delivered in the immediate aftermath of the catastrophe, long-term projects are now essential in order to restore the infrastructure. One of the focuses of the reconstruction work is the health provision infrastructure. On 8 October 2005 an earthquake measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale was recorded and the pictures of the homeless peop ...

22.01.2007

World Health Calender 2007 - Health Days and Events

The year is full of events and activities around health organized by public health authorities, hospitals, associations and initiatives. Found out how and when you can participate in these events. Of course, there are abundant animations, images, photos and illustrations for each event in the ImageBank from medicalpicture gmbh. Quicklink to International Healthdays with http:// www.healthdays.eu New entries and references This selection makes no claim of completeness. If you are unable to find your favorite Heath Day or even, please let us know.?If you want to reference this site on ...

06.01.2007

The Six things Evertyone Should Know About Breast Enlargement

Many women consider some sort of breast enlargement at some point in their lives. The trend towards having breast implant surgery is dramatically growing, partly due to success of programs such as Dr 90210 which brings plastic surgery into our living rooms on a regular basis and popularizes the idea that large breasts are desirable and easy to obtain. It is estimated that since 1962, 2-3 million women have elected augmentation surgery. Nevertheless, making sound decisions about breast augmentation is not easy. There are life changing risks involved, high costs, and important decisions to be ...

19.12.2006

AIDS - around the world medicalpicture Feature to World Aids Day on 1.December 2006

AIDS has killed more than 25 million people, making it one of the most destructive epidemics in recorded history. Despite recent, improved access to antiretroviral treatment and care in many regions of the world, the AIDS epidemic claimed an estimated 3.1 million (between 2.8 and 3.6 million) lives in 2005 of which, more than half a million (570,000) were children Quicklink to Aids Feature with text and a lot of images at http://aids.medical-picture.com Definition of Aids Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is an infectious disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus ...

28.11.2006

ETLog Health GmbH holds lecture at ISWA workshop in Italy

Berlin/Rimini. At the begin of November, the Berlin based firm ETLog Health EnviroTech & Logistics GmbH shall report their experience in the field of waste management in hospitals. During the International Trade Fair Ecomondo 2006 in Rimini, Italy ISWA Italy [International Solid Waste Association] is organising two workshops. One of the workshops is entitled “Healthcare Waste, a technical and legislative” and will take place at 8th November 2006 in Rimini. Mr. Jan-Gerd Kuehling, General Director of ETLog Health GmbH will hold lectures and will be available for individual discussions after ...

17.10.2006


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