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Irish MedTech seminar

  • Campus Warsaw 33 Ząbkowska Warszawa, mazowieckie Poland (map)

Enterprise Ireland/Commercial Section of the Embassy of Ireland in Warsaw is organizing “Irish MedTech 2018” seminar. The purpose of the event is to present the most recent and innovative medical technologies developed in Ireland, with main focus on case studies, solutions and problems.

We will be delighted to welcome you at the event and present to you the most innovative Irish companies and their products. After the event there will be a networking opportunity.

The seminar is free of charge and will take place in the Google Campus in Warsaw on February 21st 2018.

The number of places is strictly limited so please email to book your seat

Agenda of the event:


9.00 Guests registration and coffee

9.30 Welcome by Bartosz Siepracki, Manager Enterprise Ireland

9.45 Joanna Dobrzyńska, Market Adviser Enterprise Ireland

Ireland - hub for development of global MedTech. What elements build the competitive advantage of Irish medical companies?

10.00 - Colm Murphy, Plant Manager, Servier Poland (

Trends in development and threats in the pharma sector. Are pharma companies prepared for new challenges to come?

10.25 - Úna Ní Raghallaigh, Novaerus (

How to avoid airborne infections?

Novaerus' will present their unique technology which uses a patented plasma to kill viruses, bacteria, allergens, moulds, fungi and even odours in the air! The small portable devices clean the air 24/7, all while using less energy than a lightbulb. Extensively tested by independent laboratories and used in hundreds of healthcare facilities worldwide, Novaerus is taking plasma technology to the next frontier by applying it to the air and removing harmful indoor air pollutants. Case studies

10.50 - Jessie Sampson, Vitro Software (

eHealth Symbiosis

From a small scale, single site children's hospice to a 52 site multi-campus national health service; from a fully cloud-hosted 660 bed public hospital, to a patient portal that allows sharing of Advanced Care Plans with carers, families & identified clinicians, we give an overview of some of the pain points that healthcare providers have, and how flexible eHealth solutions can meet their needs. Vitro's scalability & interoperability have many stories to tell. Case studies

The newest AnaConDa generation, including presentation of results from hospital trials, will be presented by Professor Peter Sackey from the Pharmacology Section for Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care at Karolinska Institute, Stockholm.

11.15 - Coffee break

11.35 - Associate Professor Peter Sackey, Sedana Medical/Karolinska Institute

AnaConDa (Anaesthetic Conserving Device) is an anaesthetic delivery system developed for the administration of volatile anaesthetics such as Isoflurane or Sevoflurane to invasively ventilated patients. It facilitates cost effective, simple and safe delivery of these volatile agents in the ICU without the need for complex equipment. Professor Peter Sackey will present the AnaConDa, samples of Clinical studies and his experience of using the device from a clinical perspective. This revolutionary device will soon be available in Poland.

12.00 - Karol Dąbrowski, EviView (

Intelligent production with e-ConnX

Optimisation of production processes in pharma and chemical industry with a software that identifies and measures issues with production causing delays in production schedules and increasing costs. By using e-ConnX companies can increase their productivity and reach production plans.

12.25 - Piotr Sokołowski, S3 Connected Health (

Virtual medical assistant. About hiperpersonalisation of interactions with patients

· How to design interaction with patients

· 2000 micromoments - what is the "digital user experience"?

· Personal medical assistant for each patient - about costs and quality

12:50 - Wrap up, Q&A

13:00 - 14:30 Lunch and networking

Seats are limited.