ArjoHuntleigh Brings Together Two Leading Groups in Healthcare

ArjoHuntleigh will be exhibiting for the first time at MEDICA 2007 in Düsseldorf, Germany, November 14th – 17th. As well as showcasing its broader product range, the company will be launching innovative solutions for wound healing, medical beds, therapeutic surfaces and bariatric care.

ARJOHUNTLEIGH – A LEADING GLOBAL PLAYER

ArjoHuntleigh offers a broad range of integrated solutions for care of people with reduced mobility and related conditions, with the aim to enhance efficiency and quality of care in elderly care facilities, hospitals and other care environments. Established in early 2007 through the merger of ARJO and Huntleigh Technology, ArjoHuntleigh brings together two leading groups in healthcare to create a broad product and solutions portfolio and an extensive sales and service network around the world.

ArjoHuntleigh is a global medical equipment supplier with revenues of approximately €750 million, 4,500 staff operating in over 30 countries and products sold in over 100 countries. R&D is strategically located at five sites in Europe and North America, and production is managed from ten sites around the world.

The ArjoHuntleigh product portfolio encompasses medical equipment and integrated solutions for patient handling and hygiene, medical beds and therapeutic surfaces, wound healing, DVT prevention, disinfection and diagnostics. ArjoHuntleigh also offers several solutions for special applications, such as burns treatment and bariatric care.

Product launches:

WoundASSIST® TNP topical negative pressure wound therapy – a new portable easy-to-use system.

  • The latest state-of-the-art hospital beds, Enterprise 9,000, a special advanced range suitable for high dependency and intensive care units, including a special US version, which in addition has an integrated nurse call button and environmental controls to operate a TV, radio and lights
  • AURA FREEDOM, a new dynamic wheelchair seat cushion combining excellent pressure redistribution with comfort and convenience.
  • Carmina, the most modern and advanced shower and commode chair, especially developed to suit the bariatric patient

Visit ArjoHuntleigh at Medica 2007, hall 14, stand C 05.
To see the full extent of the product range, visit our other stands: Akron Products, hall 4 K20.

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