Delta Medical International (DMI) are pleased to be attending the 2018 Scottish Neonatal Nurses Group (SNNG) conference, which will be held on 18th May at Dewar’s Conference Centre, Perth.
Attendance underlines Delta Medical’s commitment to supporting its customers in Scotland, which is backed by having two sales and clinical specialists permanently based in Scotland.
The new Delta Medical RM15 apnoea monitor will be on show. This is already in great demand due to its compatibility with the operation and performance of the market-leading Graseby MR10, which is no longer available. The device has passed all medical device standards tests and is independently certified for that, with final CE approval expected in April.
Delta Medical’s transcutaneous jaundice meter will also be on display. Despite its high performance and advantages compared to other bilirubinometers, it comes at a price that is very significantly less than competing products. Existing users in Scotland have completed an independent audit of results they have obtained and this showed the device has excellent accuracy, even better than the market-leading product they used historically that was double the price!
Samples of the JollyPop pacifiers, used to encourage non-nutritive sucking will be available for those wishing to identify an alternative to GumDrop®. The pacifiers are attracting considerable interest due to their advanced design, further stimulated by the production shortage of the GumDrop range being experienced in the NHS.
Delta Medical will exhibit their full neonatal care range; this includes the company’s growing portfolio of developmental care products, such as positioning aids, the Tortle head positioning system to prevent plagiocephaly & IVH and TurtleTub for swaddle bathing.
Other products, such as sucrose solution for pain relief, offer a real opportunity for neonatal and maternity units to save cost without compromising quality.