LINET will Present Connectivity and Smart Care at Arab Health 2020

13. 1. 2020

LINET Group will present smart technologies at Arab Health 2020 in Dubai. Visitors to the LINET booth, in its new location at H4.G50, can look forward to beds with connectivity and the smart SafetyMonitor. Using Augmented Reality, people will be able to identify solutions and premium products for the promising One Day Care segment. LINET Clinical Coaches will present the Early Mobilization with LINET concept and will demonstrate the unique benefits of the bed for Moving and Handling principles.

“Arab Health in Dubai is the most important global event for LINET and the other “big four” companies in our industry. In addition to introducing our innovations to the audience at this prestigious event, it is key for us to meet our partners and customers from all over the Middle East and Africa region, including countries such as India, Southeast Asia, China and Turkey. We also have the opportunity to connect with important health representatives from Europe, Russia and the former Soviet Union,” said Petr Foit, Global Export Sales Director.

One of the LINET’s main headliners at Arab Health 2020 will be the new Eleganza 4 bed in combination with the smart SafetyMonitor system. Using integrated technology, including patient weight sensors, the system monitors the bed's safety parameters, such as patient presence, to prevent an oncoming risk situation or to trigger an alarm when a patient is in danger. In addition, the beds are “EMR ready”, ie. they can become a part of hospital information systems.

"For the LINET presentation we have chosen a mix of new technologies and products with unique features that represent the current state of our portfolio across the board," said Jitka Stránská, Managing Director of LINET MEA. “The level of health care in the Middle East and Africa is rising quickly. Presently, the highest quality is practically a matter of course, and our great advantage is the fact that we are able to offer innovations for nursing procedures, in connection with our beds, that reduce the physical effort of nurses, provide gentle handling of the patient and even affect the length of hospital stay,” she added.