We would like to wish a Merry Christmas to all our customers and suppliers; past, present and future! (more…)
How do you take a good x-ray of a patient with balance or mobility issues when they need support standing up, you have to operate the x-ray machine and the step they are standing on is small and unstable? The League of Friends’ latest purchase is the solution! Thanks to your donations, the x-ray department now has a “Simple Up” step – a sturdy, adjustable platform with supporting bars and remote control. The Simple Up has a smooth up and down [...]
After a recent visit to Datrend Systems Inc in Vancouver, Canada, de Smit Medical Systems are pleased to announce we are now officially manufacturer trained to service/calibrate Datrend equipment including; vPad-ES Rugged – Electrical Safety Tester vPad-ES – Electrical Safety Tester ES601 – Electrical Safety Tester vPad-RF – ESU Analyser FMS-3 – Fetal/Maternal Simulator As the UK Authorised Service Centre for Datrend, de Smit Medical Systems Ltd are officially the only UK company able to carry out a comprehensive calibration of your Datrend equipment. For further [...]
Datrend Systems, is pleased to be adding de Smit Medical to its global distribution network. Ron Evans, President of Datrend Systems stated, “We are delighted to have a distributor of the caliber of de Smit Medical joining our distribution network. With our newly expanded portfolio of biomedical test equipment along with de Smit’s sales & marketing experience, we are confident we will make huge in-roads into the UK & Irish markets and give users an alternative to the status quo”. [...]
de Smit Medical Systems are proud to supply the Acute Medical Unit (AMU) at Southmead Hospital with a brand new BioCon-700 bladder scanner, generously supplied by the Bristol Area Cardiac Support Group. (more…)
The Accident & Emergency Team at Southmead Hospital has been presented with a brand new CUBEscan Biocon 700 Bladder Scanner, supplied by de Smit Medical Systems, courtesy of the Bristol Area Cardiac Support Group. The scanner enables staff to closely monitor and assess patients with cardiac failure to see if they have urine retention. Previously, as a precaution, if staff were concerned patients would be catheterised which is an invasive, and sometimes, painful procedure.