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Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Global Collaboration Thrive at Arab Health 2024

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Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Global Collaboration Thrive at Arab Health 2024
Arab Health 2024 showcased the latest in healthcare and also served as a platform for significant networking opportunities, discussions on industry trends, and forging of new partnerships

The Arab Health 2024 Exhibition and Conference, hosted at the Dubai World Trade Centre from January 29 to February 1, marked its 49th edition by setting new records in international participation and innovative healthcare showcases.

With the theme 'Connecting Minds, Transforming Healthcare', the event drew over 110,000 healthcare professionals from 180 countries, featuring more than 3,450 exhibitors, including over 40 international pavilions. Among many notable firsts, countries like Serbia and Hong Kong made their debut as international trade participants, while others such as Australia, Estonia, India, Italy, and Indonesia expanded their exhibition spaces.

This year's exhibition underscored the future of healthcare, highlighting transformative technologies utilised both regionally and globally. The event featured nine sectors, covering a broad spectrum of healthcare needs from medical equipment and devices to IT systems, healthcare infrastructure, and wellness and prevention.

Download the post-show report below to receive an overview about the impact on healthcare advancements at the show:

Arab Health 2024 highlights:

A standout feature was the Smart Hospital and Interoperability Zone, in partnership with Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, demonstrating the seamless integration of technologies with medical equipment to enhance patient experiences. This zone included four demonstration rooms showcasing the latest technologies in labour, delivery, neonatal care, operating rooms, intensive care units, and emergency rooms.

The event also spotlighted state-of-the-art innovations in healthcare through product showcases, expert talks on topics including nanomedicine, AI, robotics, and the Innov8 competition, where health tech startups presented their ideas. Additionally, medical professionals had the opportunity to attend 10 Continuing Medical Education (CME) conferences led by more than 300 speakers and covering various medical specialties​​​​ including public health, surgery, emergency medicine, diabetes, radiology and more.

Of key importance was the return of Future Health Summit, held alongside the show at the Museum of the Future and championed by PureHealth, where the focus for 2024 was the importance of research and advancements for longevity, healthspan and navigating the next frontier of life sciences.

Don't forget to register your interest for Arab Health 2025! 

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