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Trulife recently exhibited at Arab Health.
Arab Health is the largest healthcare exhibition & medical congress in the Middle East with over 4,400 global healthcare companies exhibiting from 70 different countries.
This Congress is a great way for us to start the year and reach out to key customers. The event was a huge success for Trulife and it presented us with an ideal opportunity to showcase our brands including orthotics, prosthetics, pressure care and breastcare.
We were also delighted to be able to touch base with many long-standing customers and to grow our network, finding new distributors at the congress.
One of our latest products that we exhibited at Arab Health was our New Elite Trendelenburg system.
The Elite Trendelenburg System has been developed to overcome the challenges faced in the Trendelenburg position – primarily; patient slippage, nerve injury and the formation of decubitus ulcers.
The growth in Trendelenburg and Robotic Assisted Surgeries led to the development of this system by Trulife. Safe Patient Positioning is more paramount than ever.
A recent report by Grand View Research, Inc highlights the growth in medical robotic systems. It is estimated that the total market size could expand to USD 17,901.5 million by 2020. A key driver of this growth is the increased amount of Healthcare IT being used within the industry. Many facilities around the globe are now adding the latest technologies such as robotics, software management systems and advanced imaging solutions. Spend on healthcare per head of population is also set to increase in the coming decade. All these factors play a part in driving demand.
It is extremely important that patients are positioned on an operating table in the correct way that permits the best surgical exposure and also minimises the risk of neuromuscular injuries. Positioning is vitally important when robotic surgery is being performed because it must be possible to access the surgical field and allow room for the robotic camera and working parts to move freely. This means a steep Trendelenburg position (approximately defined as 30° – 40°) is required for robotic gynaecologic surgery, and this is more vital in this context than has been the case with traditional laparoscopy.
Trulife continues to monitor surgical trends to ensure improved patient outcomes, which is at the heart of everything we do.
Along with the Elite Trendelenburg system we had some or our most renowned orthotic and prosthetic products at the Congress. This gave many potential new customers the opportunity to talk to our team and see the products for themselves. From our orthotic range the Lenox Hill Precision Pro and the Lerman Non-Invasive Halo received a lot of interest from delegates. We also had our Matrix Range Ankle Foot Orthoses on display which drew a lot of interest at the event. The range uses a carbon and glass fibre composite and has proven very popular with patients due to its lightweight design as it provides excellent support and flexibility.
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