Max Medical to show new range of diagnostic and monitoring devices at Medica 2011

29 September 2011

Max Medical are displaying a range of new products at Medica in Dusseldorf in November, including first aid kits, blood glucose monitoring devices, and blood pressure monitors. They will also be showcasing their medical disposable ranges, including wound dressings, thermometers, syringes, bandages, surgical gowns, and medical tape.

Commercial Director, Victoria Sikopoulis, said: “I am very pleased Max Medical will be exhibiting at Medica for the first time this year. I am looking forward to meeting with visitors and exhibitors alike, and building strong, successful, relationships with businesses from around the world.We will have on show our latest diagnostic devices, which combine a minimal compact design with accuracy and ease of use to deliver maximum efficiency. All our products have been awarded CE certificates.”

The Minipro Self Monitoring Blood Glucose System is a small, unique, friendly design, and offers one of the most minimal blood test samples on the market. The device is easy to use with the large and easy-to-read LCD making reults clear. It delivers accurate and fast results with a test time of only 7 seconds.

Other new products include digital blood pressure monitors. The MX8 and MX9 wristwatch models have new specifications to diagnose blood pressure with colour indicators on the monitor (red and
blue), making it easy to read and see how you are performing against target or ‘normal’ blood pressure rates. Features on the MX8 and MX9 include an LCD display, one touch automatic measurement, a
power saving mode, and automatic inflation and air release. They use oscillometric measurement methodology, and a semiconductor pressure sensor. With an impressive battery life allowing for 250 measurements, and a memory capacity suitable for family use, the  MX8 and MX9 offer optimum value.

Max Medical’s new range of first aid kits are made of strong ABS plastic which is shiny, smooth and easy to clean. A neoprene seal is fitted to make them dustproof. The closing security is given by two swivel catches. A wall bracket secures the kit on any house wall or booth. A better contents settlement is permitted by the internal crystal partitions. First aid kits and cabinets come in a range of sizes suitable for use in all types of businesses from under 10 employees to over 50, including offices, factories, labs, and workshops.

The Max Medical stand will be in the ABHI UK Pavilion at Hall 16 G20-8.

Source: Max Medical


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