MD Diagnostics are pleased to be exhibiting again this year at the European Respiratory Conference in Madrid Spain.Read More
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Once again, decision makers of the international healthcare industry were “spoiled for choice” when it came to the themes at the world’s largest medical trade fair MEDICA and the internationally leading supplier trade fair COMPAMED in Düsseldorf.Read More
MD Diagnostics are pleased to be exhibiting at MEDICA in Dusseldorf, please visit us in Hall 12 Stand B05.
We will be exhibiting our CO range of handheld monitors designed for smoking cessation and carbon monoxide poisoning as well as the H2 Check monitor for measuring exhaled hydrogen for assessing carbohydrate malabsorption including, lactose, sucrose and fructose.Read More
As part of the U.K initiative to encourage smoking cessation, October is the month where focus switches to quitting smoking. Exhaled carbon monoxide breath tests are invaluable in motivating individuals in smoking cessation successfully stopping their habit. MD Diagnostics is actively involved in many initiatives to assist healthcare professionals in their role of encouraging as many smokers to stop smoking both during the month of October and throughout the year.Read More
We are pleased to announce that we have now exceeded global sales of 10,000 CO Check’s. As our distribution network increases and smoking cessation has increased in focus in many countries, we are pleased to see our global footprint as the manufacturer of choice in many countries for smoking cessation…Read More
SafeBreath filtered disposable cardboard mouthpieces gain in popularity over plastic mouthpieces. SafeBreath filtered mouthpieces have a filter membrane with a bacterial and viral efficacy > 99% and have been independently tested by the Health Protection Agency.Read More
We are pleased to announce that the CO Check Pro carbon monoxide monitor for CO breath testing has gained FDA 510K approval for sale in the USA for use in smoking cessation.
Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the United States, accounting for more than 480,000 deaths each year (approximately 1 in 5 deaths) of which more than 140,000 of these deaths are from second hand smokeRead More
A significant international impact has always been and remains MEDICA and COMPAMED’s trump card - visitors hail from over 130 countries.
This year, of a total of 123,500 professional visitors, over 60% came from countries outside Germany, from 130 different countries. Among these were visitor groups with members who were the top of their field, from China, India, Columbia and Nepal, along with visitor groups from the most important markets for medical technology in Europe who have attended for years and years.
Exhibiting for its 7th consecutive year MD Diagnostics were proud to be part of this event. It was great to meet our friends from all over the wold as well as acquainting new distribution partnerships.
MEDICA is the world’s largest event for the medical sector. For more than 40 years it has been firmly established on every expert’s calendar. There are many reasons why MEDICA is so unique. Firstly, the event is the largest medical trade fair in the world – in 2016 it attracted more than 5,100 exhibitors from 70 countries in 17 halls.
Furthermore, each year, leading individuals from the fields of business, research, and politics grace this top-class event with their presence — naturally alongside tens of thousands of national and international experts and decision-makers from the sector. We are proud to exhibit our entire product range for the 7th consecutive year, if visiting please drop by and see us in Hall 16 / G20-7.
September 20th 2017 Wimborne UK
Merley House in the South Coast of England was the fine setting for 100 healthcare professionals to discuss advancements in saving babies’ lives. Subjects covered included Stillbirth Prevention, a National perspective on reducing Stillbirth in pregnancy and the role of CO monitoring in helping pregnant women to quit smoking.
Healthcare Professionals from all over the UK were in attendance including senior management on Tobacco control from Public Health England.
The afternoon sessions consisted of workshop table discussions, many questions were raised including How to reduce barriers to CO screening in Pregnancy?
We were very pleased to be part of this event including how to perform CO breath testing correctly.
Bristol is the largest city in the South West of England and we were delighted to be shortlisted to enter a poster at the Bristol Patient Safety conference and Awards Ceremony on May 3rd.
The poster entered was “Carbon Monoxide Kills”, lead author of the poster was Heidi Hurley, a smoking in pregnancy liaison Midwife based at Poole Hospital Foundation Trust.
Heidi quoted, “Jill and Simon were expecting their first baby, during our visit to their home the CO Check Baby picked up high readings of Carbon Monoxide in the environment, it turned out to be a faulty boiler. Being able to potentially save the lives of a mother and father to be due to high environmental CO levels in the home was scary but an amazing feeling”.
Copies of the full poster are available on request.