Who Are We?
As a medical device supplier with over 30 years of experience, we provide the NHS and private healthcare sector with unique, innovative products across a range of disciplines. Our dedicated teams, covering the UK, are committed to improving patient and staff safety, whilst raising awareness of new patented products from across the world with the aim of improving healthcare.
We work alongside healthcare professionals, both clinical staff and those involved in procurement, to develop emerging practices that ultimately improve both patient and staff care, as well as clinical outcomes.
Who We Work With
As established leaders in the supply of medical devices to the UK healthcare sector, we are also members of the AfPP, AAGBI, NIVAS and BARNA and sponsors of numerous Med Tech conferences and events across the country. Please view our channel feed for the latest conferences.
Frequently Asked Questions
“EyeGard Mild is the most commonly used adhesive strength currently in the UK. This is mainly because the adhesive is gentle and more applicable for sensitive skin types. However, Standard adhesive is advisable for longer procedures where condensation build-up is more common; Standard is more porous and circumvents this issue.”
“EyeGard is supplied in boxes of 50 pairs, whereas EyeGuardian is supplied in boxes of 100 pairs.”
No. The Vapor-Clean is a single patient use device. A new set of Vapor-Clean filters should be used for each patient. At the conclusion of the anaesthetic procedure, the Vapor-Clean filters should be discarded.
The shelf life is a guaranteed minimum of two years.
Yes. The Vapor-Clean has been tested and proven effective at removing >99% of isoflurane, sevoflurane and desflurane.
The sensor was designed paying specific attention to the applied pressure. The cushions encapsulating the optical components are molded in a soft, medical grade silicone with smooth skin contacting surfaces. These smooth surfaces provide a high coefficient of friction, allowing the sensor to stay in place with minimal pressure, and without the use of adhesives. The light pressures allow for the use of a very flexible plastic clip with thin cross sections. It is very lightweight to further enhance patient comfort.