Products focused on nurse and patient needs

At MEDICA now

ArjoHuntleigh, formed in 2007 from the merger of ARJO and Huntleigh Healthcare, is showing a broad portfolio of products and services for patient care.

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Products and services cover DVT (deep vein thrombosis) and decubitus prevention; height-adjustable beds and pressure-relieving mattresses; bath and shower solutions, lifts and walking aids; ergonomics consultancy services and training and equipment for nurses.
For wound healing the firm provides topical negative pressure wound therapy, which it describes as a cost-effective modern treatment for wounds, developed along with clinical experts and leading researchers.
‘ArjoHuntleigh’s involvement in care doesn’t end when the product is delivered. We continue to be available throughout the product’s lifetime with service agreements, training and clinical support,’ ArjoHuntleigh adds.
Today, ArjoHuntleigh, which has some 4,000 employees, has c.10 manufacturing sites globally, with product development concentrated in five sites in Europe and North America, and around 30 sales firms in more than 100 countries.
Visit them in Medica Hall 14, stand: C05

19.11.2008

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