Surgical Holdings is to attend MEDICA 2023.
The company will showcase how distributors can achieve greater sustainability for their customers through expert repair services for rigid endoscopes and orthopaedic power tools.
As part of a drive to help the hospitals worldwide cut their carbon footprint, Surgical Holdings have introduced a one -of-a-kind surgical repair and refurbishment service that covers a range of surgical instruments, including rigid endoscopes and orthopaedic power tools.
The service that is available to distribution partners transforms broken, damaged, and worn instruments to an ‘as new’ condition.
All repairs are carried out in Surgical Holdings’ state-of-the-art workshop facility based in Southend by a team of highly skilled and experienced technicians.
Using the latest optical technology, Surgical Holdings also repairs scopes back to the manufacturer’s specification, with all parts having full traceability, and compliance with regulations.
The company also manufactures complicated fibre bundles for endoscopes in-house, using high-quality German fibre optic material and stainless-steel tubing.
Dan Coole, Managing Director of Surgical Holdings: “The Circular Economy faces a growing interest around the globe – and the significant environment footprint of healthcare continues to present a pressing issue.
“It is recognised that the majority of discarded surgical instruments and stainless-steel medical waste contain valuable materials that can be reused.
“This is why it’s so important to us a company to repair surgical instruments correctly making them as new again rather than replacing them.
“By working with global distributors, we can help hospitals globally reduce their environmental and financial costs.”
Surgical Holdings strives for the best possible quality in everything they do, insisting on controlling the quality of every item it manufactures, from the materials used to the rigorous procedures it applies to testing.
The company manufactures complicated fibre bundles for endoscopes in-house, using high quality German fibre optic material.
British-manufactured surgical instrumentation and Sterile Kirschner wires will also be on display at the event, which takes place from November 13-16.
Surgical Holdings will be located in the ABHI UK Pavilion in Hall 16 Stand H52-5.
For more information, visit: https://www.surgicalholdings.co.uk/
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