The MedTec company offers the perfect combination of precision, future-proof technology and cost efficiency – without compromising quality
40 percent of women, 35 percent of men and already 17 percent of children and adolescents in the United States are obese. The importance of regular measurement and weighing thus becomes indispensable for prevention of and the fight against obesity. At the same time, cost-efficiency is becoming a main driver for medical facilities when purchasing new scales and measuring systems. Until now, healthcare providers often had to compromise in precision, quality or patient safety when they look for a cost-efficient scale. seca's new line of column scales offers the combination with the highest quality, patient security and optimized workflows at competitive price points – specifically designed to...
System solutions from seca define new measuring standards and optimize workflows in hospitals around the world
Within the scope of Medicine 4.0, seca has long since moved beyond its strong portfolio of medical scales and height-measuring devices. For many years the company has made substantial investments in EMR-ready measuring solutions which optimize the ad hoc assessment of the patient's state of health. At this year's Arab Health seca will be presenting integrated system solutions that increase efficiency and patient safety in hospitals worldwide. At Hall 2 Stand H2.C19 visitors will see how seca optimizes workflows and taps diagnostic potential.
Validated BIA from seca conforms to consensus on diagnostic methods
The international societies ASPEN, ESPEN, FELANPE and PENSA established the Global Leadership Initiative in Malnutrition (GLIM) to build a worldwide consensus for diagnostic criteria for malnutrition. The consensus report published in September 2018 elevates reduced muscle mass to one of the decisive, independent evaluation criteria used in the diagnosis of malnutrition. seca welcomes this step, which the company sees as validation of its advocacy of improved diagnosis and treatment of malnutrition.
German medical technology company to build on successful projects in viable Benelux markets
Right on the heels of the November opening of the seca | lietuva site, the market leader in medical measuring systems and scales has opened its 16th international subsidiary seca | benelux. The company sees great potential in the progressive healthcare sector in Benelux countries and opportunities for sales, particularly of its EMR-ready and digital measuring solutions.
seca, the global market leader in medical measuring systems and scales, is opening its 15th branch in the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius. With the establishment of the first site dedicated to development only, seca is driving forward its digital transformation from a scale manufacturer to a software and system provider. seca will first hire 10 IT specialists to develop a new software solution that will take seca into new medical business fields. The team is expected to grow to 25 employees by 2021.
"The improvement in body composition is more important than weight loss alone."
On the occasion of World Obesity Day (11 October), a current representative survey contracted by seca, the leading manufacturer of medical measuring systems and scales, shows that nearly three-quarters (70%) of respondents (with BMI 30 and higher) have attempted to lose weight, but only 19% have been able to reach their goal and maintain their weight. Reasons for failure included lack of persistence (55%), frustration when success does not come as quickly as desired (39%) and not believing in one's ability to succeed (26%).
Americans do not use knowledge about imminent obesity and obesity continues to increase
Nearly one in two German adults says he has never been weighed at the doctor’s office (47%), but Americans are very well aware of their weight development. In the USA, almost three-quarter (72%) of the patients are weighed at least once a year at the doctor’s office. However, knowledge of negative weight changes and imminent obesity often remains unused, according to a recent survey. It reports the continued presence of barriers to prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of overweight and obesity in the United States.