RECENT PRODUCT NEWS
A unique virtual reality training tool that delivers immersive simulations with haptic (sense of touch) technology will be showcased on the ABHI UK Pavilion at Arab Health 2020.
The winter months can be especially harsh on skin. For healthcare professionals, healthy hands are key to carrying out everyday tasks correctly and safely – however, skin care problems are commonly seen in the sector and can be exacerbated during the winter months. Redness, dryness, scaling and cracking have all been reported as symptoms, with skin care provision inadequate or ineffective.
A ground-breaking non-opioid pain therapy solution that blocks pain for up to 24 hours will be showcased on the ABHI UK pavilion at Arab Health 2020.
Cherwell Laboratories, specialist suppliers of environmental monitoring and process validation solutions for the pharmaceutical and related industries, has announced that the Hull University Teaching NHS Trust has purchased three of its SAS Super 180 air samplers. This is for the environmental monitoring of the Trust’s operating theatres in Castle Hill Hospital and Hull Royal Infirmary to ensure surgical site cleanliness for infection control purposes.
The new Olympus Slideview VS200 slide scanner captures high-quality virtual slide images and offers flexibility to empower advanced quantitative image analysis for brain, cancer and stem cell research. Simple to use, its intuitive workflows enable users to start scanning a slide in as few as two clicks
When a medical diagnostics company required a new water treatment monitoring system to improve its performance calculations and prevent against unnecessary alarm call-outs for staff, Veolia Water Technologies UK (VWT UK) provided the ideal solution.
SC Johnson Professional recently launched their widest and most complete range of hand sanitisers yet – with foam, gel and alcohol-free formats. Making different options available to healthcare professionals can help improve hand hygiene compliance through products that people prefer to use, thus potentially having a significant impact on the reduction of Healthcare Associated Infections (HCAIs).
Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) is a paradigm shift in perioperative care, designed to minimise the effects of surgical stress and safely facilitate early discharge. A large body of evidence has demonstrated that this multidisciplinary approach to standardising care of the surgical patient with best practices significantly reduces complications, infection rates, readmissions, costs and length of stay (LOS), and increases patient satisfaction.
Joerns Healthcare’s NEW Oxford Up was previewed at three separate events, earlier this year to include the NAEP and RCOT Conference and Exhibitions in June 2019 as well as the Moving & Handling People Conference in August. The overwhelmingly positive response has exceeded expectations and Joerns fully anticipate the Up becoming a key product within Oxford’s Professional Series.
Formaldehyde is a colourless, corrosive gas, which has a pungent, irritating odour. When used at 5% solution with water as a disinfectant as it is effective in killing bacteria, fungi and viruses. Formalin, the most commonly used form of formaldehyde in healthcare, is the standard fixative for histological specimens. It is a solution of approximately 4% formaldehyde and water (known as 10% NBF) and is ubiquitous in clinical laboratories, pathology laboratories, and in operating rooms.
The new Aquatec Ocean VIP Ergo is a modular shower chair commode which suits a wide range of individuals and their postural needs. Designed to meet the personal care needs of those with complex conditions, this modern shower chair commode specifically addresses postural stability, safety, comfort and ease of use.
Fluke Biomedical ProSim Vital Signs Simulators transform physiological simulation by adding multi-parameter functionality (including ECG, SP02, temperature, respiration, NIBP, IBP, cardiac output, and foetal ECG/IUP) in a single patient simulator device, helping you meet your patient monitor testing and medical device quality requirements to ensure patient safety.
The healthcare sector is a highly interesting, quickly growing market, where EMS is already successfully active today. The focus is on the US American health market which is already the largest healthcare market worldwide showing annual growth of 6.5% and forecast to have a USD 800 billion turnover in 2023.