Eschmann participated in the Life Sciences Exhibition at BIS in London, held between 18-28 June 2012. The event highlighted the key part that medical research and industry development plays in improving patient health as well as the UK's economic growth.
Eschmann promoted its high performance T20+ Operating Table, popular throughout the UK for its adaptability to a wide range of general surgery applications and specialist procedures.
"Eschmann's T20+ Operating Table really brought the surgical theatre section of the display to life with its wide range of positions and patient capacity of 450kg..." stated Baroness Wilcox; Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (BIS). “The aim of the exhibition was to showcase the best of British innovation in healthcare; representing all members of our thriving ecosystem - a key element of the BIS "Strategy for UK Life Sciences" - and demonstrating that this sector offers growth opportunities, good career prospects and improved healthcare and benefits to clients."
The operating table and accessories also featured in the Channel 4 documentary on Paul Mason, 'Britain’s Fattest Man'. Leading Consultant Bariatric surgeon, Dr Shaw Somers praised the innovation of the product for meeting the medical and engineering challenges of an extreme weight load, whilst keeping safety and security at the forefront.
Eschmann is a trusted global leader in the research, development and manufacture of high quality medical equipment. The brand has built its reputation on the quality and reliability of its products; providing patients and clinicians with access to leading edge technology and the best medical expertise.
For more information about the features and benefits of the Eschmann T20+ Operating Table as well as its range of surgical applications, please call Eschmann today on 01903 875747 or visit the T20+ Operating Table pages.
To find out more about BIS (Department for Business Innovation & Skills), please visit www.bis.gov.uk
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