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Gearing up for Medica and Wounds UK
30th October 2017
With November almost upon us there is a real buzz about the office as we enter the autumn conference season.
Our international team of Paul, Laura and Denise have put together a fantastic exhibition stand for Medica which takes place in Dusseldorf from November 13th - 16th. The central theme of the stand is how Talley can help reduce the risk of classic avoidable harms such as pressure ulcers and venous thromboembolism (VTE).
If you are fortunate enough to be attending Medica then please call in and see us at stand B30 hall 14 where you can speak to our brilliant International operations team for full details of how our products can help you, your facility and most importantly your patients to safely achieve the required clinical outcomes.
November 13th - 15th also sees the UK’s largest wound care conference and exhibition taking place at Wounds UK in Harrogate.
The Clinical Affairs division at Talley have ensured we have a particularly strong clinical presence at Wounds UK this year with 4 e-posters being presented on topics as diverse as: Preventing pressure ulcers in ITU patients; Reducing pressure ulcer incidence by using our Quattro Acute for the most dependent patients; Efficient laundry of high performance mattress covers; The benefits of uplifting all powered pressure area care (PAC) support surfaces to Class IIa medical devices.
Don’t worry if you can’t make it to either exhibition as you can visit the Talley website (http://www.talleygroup.com/) to see all our latest product information and to download PDFs of our 2017 Wounds UK posters from November 13th.
We hope you enjoy the November conference season as much as we will.
Operations Director Kevin Mearns said;
‘November always creates a real buzz in the office with so much going on both in the UK and Internationally.
Medica is always a very important exhibition as it allows us to showcase our class leading products to a global audience.
Our e-posters and customer event ensure we have a very strong clinical presence at Wounds UK.'