Bedfont Scientific Ltd. gears up for the largest healthcare exhibition in the Gulf Cooperation Council

Bedfont Scientific Ltd., a long-standing QED Environmental Systems distributor, is gearing up for the largest healthcare exhibition in the Gulf Cooperation Council – Arab Health.

Bedfont will be found on stand at C57 in Hall 7, where they will be exhibiting an array of its cutting-edge breath and gas analysis equipment, including its popular G200 from the QED product range – Geotech.

QED’s G200 is a portable Nitrous Oxide (N20) analyser for use in a wide range of medical applications including those within operating theatres, dental practices, veterinary clinics and X-ray departments. The product has a dual purpose for use as a background gas analyser or as a personal analyser as well. Its ease of use, reliability and portability has made it an incredibly sought-after product in the UK, Middle East, and Europe.

Sales Team Manager, Matthew Skinner, said: “We are excited to be returning to Arab Health with the G200 this year. Exhibiting gives us a great opportunity to showcase its benefits, such as how incredibly quick and easy it is to use, as well as highlight how this portable method of verifying gas quantity and quality in medical pipelines can save the lives of patients and staff alike.”

Bedfont has specialised in the design and manufacture of exhaled breath and gas monitoring instruments since 1976. Its vast portfolio of global products and services are aimed at not only improving the quality of life, but to save it – a message strongly supported by the ethos at QED Environmental Systems. At this year’s Arab Health, Bedfont aims to raise awareness on the importance of breath analysis and medical gas pipeline testing today.

Matthew added: “Arab Health provides us with a unique platform to meet like-minded companies and distributors and discuss ways in which we can help continue our mission of improving health, one breath at a time. We are confident that this event will be a stepping stone for our expansion into the Middle East market over the next couple of years.”

Arab Health 2019 will welcome participation from over 160 countries, 4,150 exhibitors and 84,500 healthcare and trade professionals from across the world.

Set to take place between 28-31 January in Dubai, this event creates a perfect platform for global manufacturers to exhibit their state-of-the-art medical equipment and to understand the innovation within the industry today.