The Arab Health conference is the second largest medical device show in the world, and focuses on healthcare companies, technology and products. With over 4,000 exhibitors and 80,000+ visitors, it was an ideal opportunity for Airon to showcase its products to the Middle East and Africa.
Strong Global Interest in Unique Products
At Arab Health, Airon drew a steady flow of traffic in its booth from companies in Morocco, Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and as far away as South Korea. Visitors demonstrated a strong interest in adding Airon’s products to their growth because these products offer unique features and price points.
Fully Pneumatic for Improved Ventilator Support
Airon’s products are fully pneumatic and do not use electricity. This is a key feature for healthcare facilities in countries where electricity is often unreliable. With Airon’s ventilators, clinicians can now bring the healthcare system deeper into their communities and provide improved support for urban and rural applications. In fact, one customer from Algeria was particularly interested in Airon’s products as a way to provide the Algerian military with reliable, high quality transport ventilation throughout the country.
Neonatal and MRI Applications Create New Options for Better Care
One standout at the show was Airon’s pNeuton mini infant ventilator that offers the unique ability to care for even the most fragile patients from 400 grams – 25 kilograms, and pediatric patients. What’s more, the pNeuton mini is MRI compatible and can be placed right next to the MRI magnet with a remote alarm for enhanced patient safety. Several visitors who specialize in neonatal products, including a company from Jordan, said the MRI compatibility opened up a whole new world of possibility to care for the sickest neonates.
Airon will continue to support its distribution network and their global customers by continuing to participate in conferences such as Arab Health in Dubai, and Medica in Germany. For more information on how we can support your healthcare and growth needs, click here.