Medical instrumentation, equipment and diagnostics
Laboratory medicine (test systems, laboratory equipment, laboratory diagnostics, laboratory furniture)
Medical consumables, suture materials, medical clothing, products for patient care and hygiene products
Design and facilities for hospitals, physicians’ rooms, health and spa centres, sanitation, disinfection and sterilisation equipment, sterile products’ storage
High medical technologies for cardiology, transplantology, neurosurgery, reproductive medicine, nanotechnologies
Advanced information technologies in medicine
Maternal and child health, modern medical technologies
Insurance medicine, individual healthcare programmes, patient care medical services
Medical research institutes, medical schools and departments, postgraduate medical education, medical literature, medical e-magazines
Medical treatment abroad
Exhibition “Healthy Lifestyle”: rehabilitation and sports medicine, spa technology, -equipment, -supplies, fitness centres, health nutrition products, balneology
When reading the figures for the different years, please note that all MEDICAlliance events firstly take place in different rotations and secondly have been partially replaced by digital formats due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Economic data for Russia
Future prospects for “Medical Technology” The virus pandemic is pushing the Russian healthcare system to its limits. The government is responding by building makeshift hospitals in no time at all, increasing funding for bed capacity in existing hospitals and medical technology. Around 412 million euros alone are being spent on expanding the number of beds in hospitals and infection wards, and a further 162 million euros are available to purchase medical technology. The focus here is on respiration equipment, Covid-19 rapid tests and protective suits. The government is temporarily facilitating the import of medical products from abroad to ensure provision for the population.