Jan 18 2013
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Viamed to exhibit at Arab Health
Viamed will be showcasing its range of pulse oximeters and capnography monitors at the exhibition, which will take place at the Dubai World Trade Centre from 28th - 31st January.
Arab Health attracts over 70,000 visitors drawn from almost every country in the world, all with one aim of forging new international business connections. Viamed plans to meet with current distributors, as well as explore new opportunities within regions of the Middle East.
Capnography is the monitoring of the concentration or partial pressure of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the respiratory gases, mainly used in monitoring during resuscitation, anaesthesia and intensive care. Viamed will be exhibiting a number of its Capnographs at Arab Health, including the VM-2500-MG Capnograph with Multigas.
Steve Nixon, Viamed's Commercial Director, said: "Our products are designed to combine improved clinical care for the patient whilst also having a long-term positive impact on the cost savings for the care provider - and this has clearly been borne out by our continued success in markets across the world and particularly in the Middle East.
"We look forward to meeting our existing customers and distributors at Arab Health and also hope to find new distributors for areas where we are not currently represented."
Arab Health 2012 runs from the 28th to the 31st of January in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Viamed will be exhibiting in Hall 7 at Stand 7B15.
For more information on any of these British companies or to arrange meetings at Arab Health please contact:
Senir PR Officer,
Medilink Yorkshire and Humber Ltd
(+44) 114 232 9281
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