United Arab Emirates, January 2, 2017– France’s global expertise in healthcare is set to take the centre stage at the Arab Health 2017 as 130 companies from the country, covering a number of key areas of the sector, put on a strong display at the Middle East’s largest healthcare exhibition in Dubai from January 30 to February 2, 2017.
Building on the success of the country’s previous participation in the exhibition, France has a bigger presence this year with a quarter of the companies from the country attending the event for the first time. Significantly, the France pavilion, organized by Business France, will host for the first time three major hospitals – Paris Saint Joseph Hospital, Saint Grégoire Private Hospital in Rennes & American Hospital in Paris – which are specialized in disciplines that meet the needs of the Gulf region.
Other participants include manufacturers of high-end hospital furniture and equipment as well as companies with cutting-edge knowledge in decontamination and waste management. The massive French pavilion will be spread across two halls totaling 1,330 square meters of exhibition space.
The French healthcare system has long enjoyed the reputation of being one of the best in the world, and its healthcare industry is supported by a number of innovative companies, with 94% of them in the small and medium enterprises sector. France’s offering covers crucial areas such as diagnostic imaging, disposable devices, implants, prostheses and ortheses. Innovative devices are being used in promising sectors like surgery to treat pathologies linked to ageing and aesthetic surgery.
France has been winning the healthcare market share, consolidating its ranking as the 7th major healthcare supplier thanks to the positive image of its products and its strong reputation in research and development.
Marc Cagnard, Middle East Director at Business France, stated: “France is known for its world class healthcare system, and has played a leading role as a pioneer in healthcare industry. Highlighting the importance of France as a major contributor to the medical industry, pharmaceutical giants such as Sanofi, Bayer AG and AbbVie have chosen to make the country their home. The France pavilion at the Arab Health exhibition this year features a much larger number of companies, reflecting our keen desire to contribute to the development of the healthcare system in the region.”
Taking into account sanitary issues faced by hospitals, majority of the French companies attending Arab Health 2017 are involved in the fight against nosocomial, contagious and parasitic diseases. Their areas of specialization include decontamination, sterilization, ventilation, air treatment, oxygen generation, equipment disinfection and waste management.
The three hospitals represented at the exhibition will showcase their expertise in the latest research technology, multidisciplinary care and high-quality treatment techniques in areas of significance to the Arab region such as obesity and diabetes treatments, cardiology and vascular surgery, oncology, obstetrics and gynecology, orthopedics, ophthalmology, sports medicine, healthcare assessments, etc.
With the help of regional partners such as Centreco-Centrexport, Lille Eurasanté and, for the first time, Bretagne Commerce International and Medicalps (the Grenoble-Isère healthcare technology cluster), each of which will be represented by about ten companies, the France pavilion at Arab Health 2017 will highlight the latest French innovations and technical expertise that meet the demands of the fast-growing local market.
Stands To Watch At Arab Health 2017
YSY Medical: the French firm will be presenting its brand new medical device based on pulsed electromagnetic field technology, recognized particularly for pain relief, know as YSY CEMP. They use innovative technologies such as hi-tech sensors and pulsed electromagnetic field, together with unprecedented and exclusive protocols. Its new post-partum indications and hands-free use ensure optimum quality of care. Through sensors applied to the damaged area, pulsed electromagnetic signals accelerate ion exchange in the plasma membrane while restoring the disrupted electrical membrane potential. This field can penetrate deep into tissue and favors microcirculation. YSY CEMP is recommended for the treatment of pain, hematoma, osteoarthritis, sprains and contusions, tendinitis, edema, fractures, knotted trigger points, tears, psychotonic relaxation, etc.
More info: www.ysy-medical.fr / firstname.lastname@example.org
Trading point: the food supplement manufacturer Trading Point (Elite Pharm group) will be exclusively presenting its new range of food supplements specifically designed to meet the needs of women from pregnancy to breast-feeding. In response to strong market demand, the company has created two unique products that meet the expectations and specific characteristics of these fields of application:
- Pregnancy support: a food supplement that meets the essential nutritional needs of pregnant women. This combination of vitamins and trace elements helps ensure that pregnancy proceeds smoothly and supports fetal development.
- Lactation support: nutritional complex dedicated to breast-feeding women. It supports lactation by improving colostrum and milk’s nutritional quality thanks to its carefully selected plant extracts.
More info: www.tradingpoint.fr / email@example.com
Saint Romain: the French specialist in easy-to-use designer crockery for the medical sector, will be presenting its new product for 2017, the Easyeat case. Made entirely in France and guaranteed free from bisphenol A, this full set of specially adapted place settings is ideal for the elderly and those with disabilities. It will help users rediscover the pleasure of mealtimes and regain their independence. Standard plates and bowls are available in a range of sizes. They use warm colors to make them easy to locate on the table and their lightness makes them easier to grip and aids independent eating. Unbreakable, they are safe for use in industrial microwaves and dishwashers. Saint Romain operates throughout the world. More info: www.saint-romain-sa.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Solsteo : recognised European leader in the manufacture of top-quality EO sterilisers and Air Purification Systems (scrubbers and catalytic oxidisers). Solsteo is proud to announce new contract to supply the largest EO steriliser in the UAE: It is a 86 cubic meter chamber fitting 32 pallets, and will be delivered in 2017. Equipment robustness and innovative control systems have quickly emerged as a clear competitive advantage for SOLSTEO. Innovation for SOLSTEO implies bringing new technologies in the field of EO sterilization such as PLC-based data recording & EQ-Sim.
More info:www.solsteo.com email@example.com
VIMS: for the first time at Arab Health, VIMS is bringing a breakthrough technology, The First Ultra- HD Video Endoscope system to make surgeons’ live easier. The French leader in laparoscopy will be exhibiting an endoscopy column aimed at simplifying the preoperative phase. It is designed to consist of the smallest possible number of devices: a one-piece videoscope and a single-use sterile sheath. This level of rationalization confirms the expertise of video surgery equipment supplier VIMS, which has been at the leading edge of medical imaging technology for nearly 25 years. More info: http://vims-system.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
About Business France
Business France is the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy, responsible for fostering export growth by French businesses, as well as promoting and facilitating international investment in France. It promotes France’s companies, business image and nationwide attractiveness as an investment location, and also runs the VIE international internship program. Business France has recently launched its first international campaign called: “CREATIVE FRANCE”, in order to promote France’s economic attractiveness, strengthen perceptions towards France image and create positive conditions for French economic development.
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Miryem Oukas Messidi - Regional Communications Manager