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Dräger Exhibits Latest Anesthesia and Ventilation Solutions at Arab Health 2023

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 29 Jan 2023
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Image: Atlan is the “can do all” anesthesia workstation (Photo courtesy of Dräger)
Image: Atlan is the “can do all” anesthesia workstation (Photo courtesy of Dräger)

Drägerwerk AG (Lübeck, Germany) is demonstrating its latest technologies, products and services that are designed to help hospitals achieve the best results at Arab Health 2023.

At Arab Health 2023, the company is demonstrating how it can support hospitals to improve patient care by enhancing human capabilities with connected medical devices and system solutions. Together with Ascom, OR.NET and Epic, Dräger has designed a concept of a real-time medical system and is demonstrating how interoperability based on ISO/IEEE 11073 SDC could improve care delivery to infectious patients in the future. Dräger is also highlighting its high quality disposable and reusable accessories to help manage infection control and support the care and comfort of the patient. The products are easy to use and balance administrative challenges. Within the critical care areas of the hospital, Dräger consumables are able to withstand the hectic healthcare environment while maintaining their ability to support all patients, regardless of age, from admission to discharge.

Additionally, Dräger is presenting the Atlan “can do all” family of anesthesia workstations with a comprehensive set of clinical features and proven ventilation quality, making them ideal for all patients and surgical procedures. The Dräger Atlan A350 and A350 XL are focused on simplifying work procedures for both clinical staff and biomedical engineers – enabling them to address every challenge with ease. Also on display at Arab Health 2023 is the Dräger Perseus A500 anesthesia workstation that combines proven ventilation technology with the latest refinements in ergonomics and systems integration to streamline workflow.

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