South Australia’s leading medical companies showcase at Arab Health

30 Jan 2024
South Australian healthcare companies are showcasing their innovations at Arab Health at the Dubai World Trade Centre, the largest healthcare trade event in the region which aims to connect healthcare brands, people and ideas.

With nearly 3,500 companies exhibiting from more than 180 countries, South Australian companies will be able to showcase their products to a wide range of healthcare professionals, industry experts, manufacturers and suppliers from all around the world.

South Australian companies being supported at Arab Health by the Department for Trade and Investment include:

  • Maxm – World-leading technology-based digital healthcare solutions
  • Actis Medical – Offering end-to-end services to bring medical devices to market
  • RehabSwift – Developed the world’s first personalised brain-computer interface platform aiming for the enhancement of arm and hand movement following a stroke
  • Vertex Medical – Innovative products and support for specialities in orthopaedics, spine and neurosurgery, ear, nose and throat and plastic surgery
  • Plasma Shield Ltd – Medical device company specialising in the development and manufacture of patented, HVAC integrated air treatment technology for microbial elimination and treatment of all indoor environments
  • Austofix – Medical device company leading in the areas of research, design, manufacturing and distribution of world-class orthopaedic devices
  • Kiratech – Digital healthcare leader providing operational dashboards and surgical cost recovery software for hospitals
  • Additive Surgical – A leading company in R&D and manufacturer of 3D printed titanium spinal implant technologies
  • Soniclean – Amongst the world’s foremost manufacturers of innovative medical grade ultrasonic cleaners
  • Flourish Pharmaceuticals Australia – a contract manufacturer specialising in tablet, capsules, powder, liquid and sachets.

“The MAXM Skate is taking the world by storm. With commercial agreements across Asia, Europe and the Americas, MAXM has partnered with DTI, Austrade and the South Australian Government to bring its world-leading digital rehabilitation device to the Middle East and Africa region,” said Graham Suter, Chief Operating Officer, MAXM. “Attending the Arab Health trade show will allow MAXM to meet with key distributers and health care professionals, with facilitation from the Australian Government to complete its global footprint and deliver Australian innovation to millions of patients across the world.”

Arab Health draws attendees and exhibitors from around the world, allowing participants to connect with a global network of healthcare professionals. The event, which runs from 29 January to 1 February, showcases the latest medical technologies, equipment, products and services, with attendees able to explore cutting-edge innovations that are transforming healthcare delivery, diagnosis, treatment and patient care.

The event highlights best practices, success stories and case studies and is an ideal platform for networking and forging strategic partnerships.

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