Today (24 January 2022) will see Armstrong Medical launch its state-of-the-art heated breathing circuit technology, ‘AquaVENT®VT’, in the Middle Eastern market.
Ahead of exhibiting, as part of Invest NI’s Life and Health Sciences’ group stand at Arab Health 2022, the company is outlining their vision to expand their presence within the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region. Armstrong Medical aims to escalate the provision of their new AquaVENT® VT dual heated breathing circuits to both government-owned and private healthcare providers.
Michael Denver-Beautement, Head of International Sales, explains: “We are excited to launch AquaVENT ® VT on a global stage at Arab Health. The GCC region values innovative clinically robust products and this represents a significant opportunity for Armstrong Medical to be a key player in the Critical Care market.”
“Already operating in Kuwait since 2009, Armstrong Medical has first-hand experience of successful trading in the region. Being close to the market means that we have valuable insights into the medical device and healthcare sector. We look forward to exhibiting at Arab Health and realising the potential for our respiratory care product range; supported by unrivalled training and education programme.”
The technology behind the AquaVENT® VT circuit (AquaVENT® VT technology) has been developed by Armstrong Medical to manage humidity throughout the entire ventilator breathing circuit. This addresses head-on one of the most significant issues healthcare providers face, managing moisture in the circuit.
Globally, as pressures increase on healthcare providers and their time becomes even more precious, using AquaVENT® VT ventilator circuits will reduce the time caregivers spend managing the circuit – allowing them to focus their time and expertise on helping improve outcomes.
Armstrong Medical will be exhibiting at Arab Health 2022 from 24-27 January 2022 in Dubai World Trade Centre
Armstrong Medical’s state-of-the-art AquaVENT® VT ventilator circuits manage humidity throughout the entire ventilator breathing circuit, meaning healthcare providers can focus their time on caring for their patient.