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Join us at BARNA, 2014

By: Mölnlycke Health Care, May 9 2014Posted in: Events news

With June fast approaching Mölnlycke are looking forward to exhibiting at BARNA 2014. This is a key event in the Medical event calendar and as a corporate sponsor of this event, we feel this is a brilliant opportunity for professionals to engage with each other and listen to a number of informative discussions by speakers around anaesthesia and its challenges. The event is to be held at Greenwich University on 6th June where we will be exhibiting our patient warming solution BARRIER® EasyWarm®

Effective, continuous patient warming helps managing the risk of hypothermia. It reduces the number of surgical site infections and other complications, reduces patient anxiety and improves recovery times. This means higher throughput of patients and saved resources.

Mölnlycke Health Care will be located at stand number 1 and we look forward to welcoming you to find out more about our product and to try the blanket for yourself to see just how effective it is.

Click here for more information on BARRIER® EasyWarm® or register your place at BARNA.

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