Eschmann proudly demonstrated its design and engineering excellence in shoulder and elbow surgical technology at the BESS Annual Scientific Meeting in Torquay, held between 13-15 June 2012.
Attracting renowned specialist surgeons and physiotherapists from across the UK, the exhibition focused on all aspects of shoulder and elbow surgery as well as pre- and post- operative therapy. Over 450 people attended the event; including key opinion leaders from across the globe - all keen to share and build upon their knowledge and expertise, learn new skills and increase their understanding of the latest technology and techniques.
Showcasing its high tech, multi-purpose T30 Table System, Eschmann revealed how surgeons and operating theatre professionals could achieve the best possible outcomes for their patients. The world class operating table has already proven its high performance and versatility in many surgical applications; including general and orthopaedic operations as well as specialist shoulder and elbow procedures.
"We're determined to continue supporting the event as education of new surgical technologies is vital in delivering the best surgical practice", says Philip Kennedy, Managing Director for Eschmann.
Eschmann has also earned a place at the Birmingham Cardiothoracic Review Course as well as the 16th National Biomedical & Clinical Engineering Conference and the Vascular Society AGM - all of which take place later this year.
For more information about the features and benefits of the Eschmann T30 Table System as well as its range of surgical applications, please call Eschmann today on 01903 875747 or visit our T30 Operating Table pages.
To find out more about BESS (British Elbow and Shoulder Society) and to see the BESS 2012 Programme for the Annual Scientific Meeting please visit www.bess.org.uk.
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National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham
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Manchester Central Convention Centre
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