At MEDICA 2011, TRUMPF Medical Systems will be showcasing innovations for state-of-the-art OR processes. For the first time, the company will also be holding a versatile program of expert talks and positioning workshops.
The TRUMPF Forum on the company's booth in Hall 13, A 42 is not aimed solely at physicians, but also offers interesting, practical training sessions for clinical specialists and care staff.
On the first two days of the trade show, November 16 and 17, leading experts will be speaking on current issues: from understaffing and skills-shortage in intensive care units through to hygiene in the OR and new minimally invasive surgical techniques.
On the following two days of the trade show, the TRUMPF Forum will be offering a wealth of hands-on events: positioning workshops will examine the specific requirements and risks when moving patients in various surgical disciplines. The workshops will be led by clinical specialists from German and Swiss hospitals with extensive experience in positioning patients. They will give workshop participants practical tips and assistance. Particular attention will be given to decubitus prevention, demonstrating creative new possibilities for positioning and how to use special aids.
TRUMPF has posted details of the program including exact timings on its website at www.trumpf-med.com/medica.
MEDICA visitors can also expect to see new products on the TRUMPF booth this year – products designed to help improve procedures in operating rooms and intensive care, and make the workplace more ergonomic. The TRUMPF product range has grown to include new state-of-the-art supply and communication systems. In addition, the TRUMPF Group’s Medical Technology division will be showcasing a new addition to its range of mobile operating tables.
TRUMPF Medical Systems develops and produces innovative operating room lighting and communication systems, ergonomic ceiling-mounted workplace solutions for operating rooms and intensive care units, and flexible operating table and patient transport systems. The TRUMPF Medical Technology Division employs around 650 people worldwide. Saalfeld in Thuringia and Puchheim near Munich are the two main locations of TRUMPF Medical Systems. The company has subsidiaries in the USA, France, the UK, Austria and China, and is represented in more than 70 countries.