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Venturi negative pressure wound therapy system at MEDICA

Talley Group Ltd has announced that MEDICA 2007 will be the international launch pad for its negative pressure wound therapy system - Venturi™.

Available in the UK since July this year, Talley is delighted by the remarkable growth of this new product, which offers a cost effective, clinically proven viable alternative to existing methods.

Paul Hoff, Talley’s International Sales Manager commented, “In a market that currently offers limited brand choice, we are very excited by the opportunity that Venturi™ presents and we are relishing the challenge of finding suitable international distribution partners in the wound care field.”

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) is the application of sub-atmospheric pressure through an interface to the wound bed to promote effective wound healing. The Venturi™ NPWT system is purpose built and competitively priced and capable of treating a wide variety of wounds. Compact and lightweight with an integrated canister, it offers a user friendly solution.

Talley Group is the UK’s largest privately owned specialist in pressure ulcer prevention and therapy. As the only true UK manufacturer in this field, Talley is justifiably proud of its state of the art moulding and cutting technologies, 3D modelling, CAD software and advanced surface mount electronics. Having full control of all its processes means excellent quality guaranteed and the ability to produce bespoke orders quickly, and very efficiently, in just a few days.

The Venturi™ is a welcome addition to Talleys existing product portfolio, which also includes dynamic pressure relieving mattress systems, compression therapy, Sylvan – wipe clean pillows and duvets and the revolutionary TECare sanitising fluid.

For further information visit the Talley Group stand B30 in Hall 14 or contact:
Gaynor Sawyer, International Sales Executive
Tel: 0044 (0) 1794 503576
Mob: 0044 (0) 7971 874 694
Fax: 0044 (0) 1794 503555