Mantra Systems at MEDICA 2023

Shen May Khoo
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Mantra Systems is looking forward to attending MEDICA 2023 - a prestigious international medical trade fair held on 13th - 16th November in Düsseldorf, Germany.

With over 5,500 exhibitors from 66 countries and more than 81,000 visitors worldwide, MEDICA stands as one of the largest medical B2B trade fairs in the world. The event presents the entire spectrum of innovations from various companies and organisations for outpatient and clinical care.

As the global medical device landscape continues to evolve, staying at the forefront of medical device innovation is paramount for companies committed to advancing healthcare solutions.

The event will showcase innovation in the 5 spheres of MEDICA; these are:

  • Medical Technology and Devices
  • Digital Health
  • Lab & Diagnostics
  • Physio Tech
  • Disposables & Consumables

Alongside MEDICA, COMPAMED, an international trade fair for the medical technology supplier sector will also be happening in Düsseldorf.

COMPAMED offers a comprehensive range of high-quality medical technology components, services and production equipment for the medical industry. There will be over 800 exhibitors presenting the latest innovations in components, modules, OEM equipment, electrical and electronic components, microtechnology, raw materials, materials and adhesives, manufacturing of components, manufacturing of finished products, services and manufacturing equipment.

The significance of MEDICA: A global hub for medical innovation

MEDICA serves as a melting pot of innovation, bringing together leading minds, cutting-edge technologies, and groundbreaking solutions in the medical field. This year’s event promises to showcase a diverse array of products and services spanning medical imaging, laboratory technology, diagnostics, health IT, mobile health, physiotherapy/orthopaedic technology, and medical consumables. With a staggering number of exhibitors and visitors, the trade fair provides an unparalleled platform to explore the latest trends and developments shaping the future of healthcare.

Each year, distinguished figures from the realms of business, research, and politics grace the prestigious event with their attendance, alongside tens of thousands of industry experts and decision-makers from both national and international spheres, making MEDICA an excellent opportunity to exchange with experts from all over the world.

Why medical innovation matters: A glimpse into the future

In the dynamic realm of healthcare, innovation plays a pivotal role in improving patient outcomes, enhancing diagnostics, and revolutionizing treatment modalities. As medical technology continues to advance, it opens new frontiers for personalized and more effective healthcare solutions. From state-of-the-art imaging technologies to cutting-edge health IT systems, the innovations showcased at MEDICA 2023 will underscore the transformative power of technology in the medical sector.

Our presence at MEDICA 2023

For those attending MEDICA 2023, we invite you to connect with our representatives during the event. As a specialised medical device regulatory consultancy, we are eager to share insights, discuss regulatory challenges, and explore collaborative opportunities.

Whether you are navigating the complexities of market entry, compliance, or Post-Market Surveillance, our team is here to assist in ensuring your medical devices meet the highest regulatory standards. Please contact us to arrange a free consultation.

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