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Supporting a British Council trip to Vietnam with Venturi Avanti NPWT consumables
26th June 2019
Talley are delighted to be supporting Professor David Gray on his forthcoming British Council trip to Vietnam.
Professor Gray is travelling to Vietnam with other leading UK wound care specialists where they will be using our Venturi Avanti Negative Pressure Wound Therapy system to treat patients in several of the major Vietnamese hospitals including the National Burns Centre in Hanoi.
The purpose of the trip is primarily to support and partner with Vietnamese colleagues to develop systems and knowledge based on the team’s experiences in the UK.
Talley are very happy to be supporting this very worthy cause and we would like to take this opportunity to wish Professor Gray and his colleagues (LtCol Steve Jeffrey, Pam Cooper and Prof Jackie Stephen Haynes) an enjoyable and productive trip.
Sticking with the international flavour of this month’s news, we have received notification from our partners in Belgium and Finland that they have both had abstracts accepted for the forthcoming European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (EPUAP) conference in Lyon, France from 18th-20th September.
The presentations will feature products from our Pressure Area Care mattress range and we are looking forward to seeing the results of both projects reported and presented at the EPUAP meeting later this year, so huge congratulations and well done to all of those people involved in the work.
Operations Director Kevin Mearns says;
We always strive to support clinicians and patients wherever possible and the British Council trip to Vietnam is no exception. We are extremely fortunate living in the Western World where we have ready access to advanced medical treatment and the cutting edge technologies that go alongside it.
This is not always the case in developing economies, so when we were approached by Professor Gray and he explained the purpose of his visit we were naturally delighted to assist. We wish David and his colleagues the best of luck with their visit and we look forward to hearing how they get on in Vietnam.