privacy & legal notices

Owner and publisher:
Hako-Med Italia Sas di H. Dellavaja & C

V.A.T. Number and registration number in the Commercial Registry: IT 01160400212
Legal and tax domicile: Via Campi 4, 39040 Termeno (BZ)

Administrative and operative domicile: Piazza Franz Bonatti 4, 39044 Egna (BZ)

Advertisement: +39 0471 82 0583

Chief editor and responsible for the content according to press law:
Hako-Med Italia Sas di H. Dellavaja & C

Responsible for design and realization
Effekt Srl
Via Val di Fiemme 4
I-39044 Egna
Tel. +39 0471 813482

Except when otherwise specified, all information available on the site are entirely protected by copyright. Use of this information is only permitted with prior consent of qmd® – qualified medical device.

Our website also contains references (links) to websites of other providers, on whose content qmd®- qualified medical device does not have any kind of influence. qmd® – qualified medical device assumes no liability for the content of websites linked to the site. Responsibility for these pages lies with the respective provider and / or operator. At the moment we created the connecting link to these pages, they did not contain any violation of the law. If there is evidence of law violations qmd® – qualified medical device will immediately delete the relevant link.


This declaration on data protection is addressed in the meaning of EU Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the European Council of 04.05.2016 (General Data Protection Regulation – GDPR) to all those who access the website of qmd® – qualified medical device, using the link

This declaration pertains solely to the aforementioned sites and not for any other sites which the user might possibly access via hyperlinks in the aforementioned sites.

qmd® – qualified medical device as the operator of the aforementioned site, guarantees in the context of statutory regulations that all personal data will be processed in accordance with all applicable rights concerning personal dignity and privacy – in particular with respect to confidentiality, personal identity, and one’s right to the protection of one’s personal data.

The legal “holder” of the data processing
Hako-Med Italia Sas di H. Dellavaja & C
Piazza Franz-Bonatti 4, 39044 Egna (BZ)

Place of the data processing
Hako-Med Italia Sas di H. Dellavaja & C
Piazza Franz-Bonatti 4, 39044 Egna (BZ)

Server location:  Monaco

Type of personal data collected

3.1. Navigation data
Whenever this website is accessed, the server of the data processing systems and software employed in operating this website automatically captures certain personal data (e.g., IP address, domain names of the service-provider, date and clock-time of the access, duration, information on the given operating system, etc.)
By its nature, this data can, in conjunction with data stored by third parties, be used to identify the user.
This data is not collected for the purpose of identifying individuals. However, the right to the statistical evaluation of data which has been made anonymous is reserved.
Furthermore, please note that the collected data can be used in the framework of statutory regulations for the purpose of prosecuting criminal activities.

3.2. Cookies

In the website of qmd® – qualified medical device so-called cookies are used. They assist in determining user-specific preferences and to enable special user functions.

3.3. Voluntarily provided data

The “owner” of the data processing declares that the personal data – in whatever form – voluntarily provided by the user will be collected and processed exclusively in order to provide the offered services, to fulfill any and all contractual obligations towards the user, and/or to fulfill statutory requirements. This personal data will not be disseminated, nor will it be provided to third parties unless this is necessary in order to fulfill the goal and purpose of the website of qmd® – qualified medical device/or to provide the offered services and to perform interactive actions.

Goal and purpose of the data processing
The goal and purpose of the data processing are as follows:

  • For the fulfillment of legal obligations and duties ensuing from ordinances, E.U. directives, as well as civil and tax laws
  • For the fulfillment of potential contractual obligations towards the person concerned;
  • For the capture of statistics on the site visitors who volunteer such information;

In order to fulfill the goal and purpose of the website of qmd® – qualified medical device or to provide the offered services, the personal data and voluntarily provided data of the user can be communicated or made accessible to the following parties:

  • qmd® – qualified medical device as well as external service-providers charged with establishing and maintaining the websites of qmd® – qualified medical device:

Personal data can also be forwarded, as necessary

  • to the public administration and authorities, when there are legal provisions for this;
  • to all those natural and/or juridical, public entities and/or private persons (legal, administrative, and tax offices, courts, chambers of commerce, etc.), if the forwarding of the data proves useful or expedient to the practice of our operations, as well as in the above manner, in accordance with the corresponding purposes;

Scope and legal basis of the processing of personal data

Hako-Med Italia processes personal data of its users only insofar as this is necessary for the fulfillment of the services. The processing of personal data usually takes place only with the consent of the user. An exception to this applies only in those cases where prior consent is not possible for significant reasons and where the processing of personal data is permitted or provided by law.

The legal basis for the processing of personal data is Article 6 GDPR and, where appropriate, specific contractual agreements with the user and associated obligations.

Storage duration and data deletion

Hako-Med Italia stores personal data only as long as necessary for the fulfillment of the purposes and execution of the services.

Legislation allows and in some cases provides for the storage of personal data. In these cases, we store this data for legal purposes only, but not otherwise used and processed, and delete it after expiration of the statutory retention period.

Rights of the affected party

Pursuant to Article 15 et seq. of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU Regulation) 2016/679, the affected party has the following rights in the meaning of the GDPR against the responsible person:

  1. the right to confirmation and information
  2. the right to rectification
  3. the right to erasure (“right to be forgotten”)
  4. the right to restriction of processing
  5. the right to information
  6. the right to data portability
  7. the right to object
  8. the right to revoke the data protection consent declaration
  9. the right not to be subjected to an automated decision-making, including profiling
  10. The right to complain to the supervisory authority

The affected person has the right to be informed about

  1. the origin of the personal data;
  2. the purpose and modalities of the processing
  3. if the data is processed electronically: the system employed;
  4. the most-important data to identify the legal owner, the responsible party, and the designated representative;
  5. the persons or categories of persons to whom the personal data can be transmitted or the designated representatives for the national territory, officers, or appointees who could obtain knowledge of this data.

Furthermore, the affected person also has the right

  1. to demand that the data be updated, corrected, or – if desired – supplemented;
  2. in the case of data processing violating applicable statutory regulations, to demand that it be deleted, converted into anonymous data, or blocked; this applies also to data the storage of which is not needed for the purpose for which it was collected and later processed;
  3. to receive a confirmation that the procedures listed in letters a) and b) – including their content – have been transmitted to those parties to whom the data has been transmitted or disseminated, unless this proves impossible or the effort required to do so would be unreasonably great in relation to the protected right.

Finally, the affected person also has the right, entirely or partially

  1. to resist, for legitimate reasons, the processing of their personal data – even if this data complies with the purpose of their collection
  2. to resist the dissemination of their personal data if its processing is for the purpose of sending advertising material, promoting direct sales, or for marketing or market research purposes.

These rights can be exercised by the affected party, himself, or by a person acting on his behalf, by directing inquiries to and lodging claims with the legal owner or responsible party.


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