BIOHIT HealthCare is pleased to announce its partnership with Celltrion Healthcare UK Ltd, providing point-of-care assays for the Celltrion Connect Dedicated Homecare Service, which is designed to seamlessly support patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and their healthcare providers.
‘Fine’-ally Forceps Suitable for Delicate Ear Procedures - Sterile Single-use Crocodile Fine Jaw Micro Forceps
Sterile Single-use Crocodile Fine Jaw Micro Forceps from Innovia Medical are equipped with a precise 0.9 x 5.0mm jaw action that can be used with the smallest ear specula, making them highly suitable when removing foreign bodies from the ear cavity.
Interacoustics is pleased to announce an update to their popular VisualEyes™ VNG system which adds many new features to the existing protocols and exciting new functionality
Laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) frequently causes severe extra-gastrointestinal symptoms – such as a persistent cough, vocal problems, asthma or difficulty swallowing – that can be easily confused with a common cold and allergies.
The ideas4ears children’s invention contest from MED-EL is back for another year.
BIOHIT HealthCare is excited to be exhibiting at this year’s British Society for Immunology (BSI) Congress in Liverpool.
Hearing implant users, caregivers and hearing experts can now access a free musical online training that was curated with a special focus on CI users.
Leading healthcare supplies company, DP Medical Systems Ltd, is bringing a groundbreaking, non-occlusive airway dilation balloon to the UK market.
The COVID-19 pandemic brought to light the versatility of lateral flow tests (LFTs), with heavy endorsement from healthcare professionals and a greater awareness among the general public.
Audiology & aural care experts at the Hearing Care Centre expand operations in Ipswich with the relocation of their flagship clinic.
DTR Medical’s Single-use Aural Care Instruments have been carefully designed to assist in the restoration of hearing through a Hearing Aid when the mechanism becomes sclerosed or fused together.
According to NHS England, over 400,000 patients were waiting for ENT treatment in the UK in January 2022. This figure forms part of the overall 33.5% increase in the number of patients waiting for Referral to Treatment (RTT) compared to February 2020.