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Due to popular demand the Australian College of Nursing will be hosting a second "Stop for Clots" Webinar in November 3rd, 2016, 2pm - 3pm AEDT.
Webinar Overview: In Australia VTE events kill more people than Breast cancer, road traffic accidents and HIV / AIDS combined and is the most common cause of preventable deaths in hospitalised patients. Would you know how torecognise risk factors in your patients? If you want to keep your patients safe and reduce their risk of developing a VTE event then register for the “Stop for Clots” – Who should we protect? Webinar on the 3rd November at 2-3pm. Nicola Jackson, VTE CNC at St Vincent’s Hospital will be hosting this event and the focus of the presentation will be:
Presenters Bio: Nicola Jackson - VTE CNC at St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney is one of the country’s leading expertsin VTE Prevention, with over 15 years of nursing experience both internationally and within Australia. Nicola’s currentrole focuses on the delivery of evidence-based care for patients who are at risk of, or who have developed venousthromboembolism (VTE). Nicola sits on the NSW Clinical Excellence Commissions expert panel on VenousThromboembolism prevention and has recently published research on evaluating a risk assessment tool for VTE.
Register for the ‘STOP FOR CLOTS’ Webinar today!
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The Moving and Handling Association of New Zealand (MHANZ) is a non-profit incorporated society, with the aim to promote and share Moving and Handling knowledge.
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ArjoHuntleigh Getinge Group invites you to visit our booth at the Australian Association for the Manual Handling of People (AAMHP) National Conference in Fremantle, Western Australia, on May the 23rd - 25th.
Webinar Overview: In Australia VTE events kill more people than Breast cancer, road traffic accidents and HIV / AIDS combined and is the most common cause of preventable deaths in hospitalised patients. Would you know how torecognise risk factors in yo...
ArjoHuntleigh, part of the medical device company Getinge Group, has been awarded the prestigious Red Dot Best of the Best product design award in the life science and medicine category “for highest design quality and ground-breaking design” of its new...
With Seba™, ArjoHuntleigh has proven its design excellence in one of the most important competitions for product design, the Red Dot Design Award.
Wound care societies have designated November 21 as world-wide Stop Pressure Ulcer day.
A recent study in the New England Journal of Medicine (2013;368:2159-2168) concluded that prone (chest down) positioning, used as an early intervention for patients with severe ARDS (SARDS), significantly decreased mortality by 50% after 28 days and 42...
Getinge strengthens competitiveness through concentration of production units and establishes global innovation center
Getinge has received approval from the relevant regulatory bodies to complete the acquisition of Kinetic Concepts Inc.’s TSS division.
October 4, 2012 – ArjoHuntleigh announced today that it has been awarded a three-year contract with Premier Purchasing Partners, L.P., the group purchasing unit of the Premier healthcare alliance, for its vascular compression therapy systems.
Pressure ulcers can be painful and debilitating wounds. Studies show that in the EU, up to 1 in 5 hospital patients will develop a pressure ulcer*. In some cases they can be fatal, and in many cases they are avoidable.
Getinge has today signed a definitive agreement with US-based Kinetic Concepts Inc. (KCI) to acquire KCI’s Therapeutic Support Systems (TSS) business.
As a member of the Getinge Group, ArjoHuntleigh’s Extended Care division is focused on increasing the quality and efficiency of care, through integrated solutions for the care of people with reduced mobility and related conditions.
World leading integrated solutions for the care of people with reduced mobility and related conditions. Based on extensive knowledge and advanced technology we provide superior medical equipment for safe patient handling and hygiene, medical beds and Therapeutic Support Systems™, wound healing, DVT prevention, disinfection and diagnostics. The result is improved care efficiency and a safer environment for both patient and carer.
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