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POLYTECH Implants

POLYTECH Health & Aesthetics offers a wide range of products for reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery read more
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Airpod-ATM Air Transfer Mattress

The ATM-Airpod is an air mattress that uses in-built, adaptive and self-regulating technology for the safe and efficient transfer and repositioning of patients read more
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THOR UVC™ Disinfection system

THOR™ is the latest continuous wave UV-C surface and air disinfection technology designed specifically for the hospital and healthcare environment read more
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AccuVein AV 400

AccuVein is the most effective way to find veins up to 10mm depth in the most difficult patients read more

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AccuVein featured on TV

The AccuVein vein viewer was featured on a children’s tv programme. read more
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EVA featured in Aesthetic Medicine

Q Medical Technologies has launched Nova Clinical’s vaginal enhancement device, EVA, into the UK market. The EVA uses patented VDR™ (Vaginal Dynamic Radiofrequency) technology. Based on the dynamic quadripolar energy emission, VDR™ focuses the action on the targeted layer of the vaginal tissue by means of a self-guided system, thus reducing drastically the power usage compared to traditional devices and virtually eliminating the risk of burns. This technology allows to read more
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Dr JJ Masani on Ellman Radiosurgery devices.

"In my experience, the most effective non-surgical treatment for the removal of moles is with radiowave or also known as radiosurgery. We use the Ellman machine, which is relatively inexpensive in comparison to a laser and is extremely effective." - Dr JJ Masani. read more
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Breast Friends Sutton Coldfield donated a brand new Accuvein

Breast Friends Sutton Coldfield has given a huge boost to cancer patients at Good Hope Hospital by donating an Accuvein machine, which helps to cannulate patients prior to treatment. Cannulation is where a small needle and tube is placed inside a vein to provide venous access, allowing staff to take blood and administer medication. The £4,000 Accuvein machine helps identify delicate blood vessels in the arm and wrist, reducing the read more
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Local community fund raise for new vein finder – Accuvein

Councillor Iain Morrison from Barvas has been fundraising with the Hebridean Men’s Cancer Support Group (HMCSG) to enable the purchase of Accuvein equipment to help healthcare professionals find patients’ veins. Read Full story here find out more about Accuvein. read more
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