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Mindray launches the new BeneHeart C Series AED to enhance resuscitation confidence

12.09.2019

Mindray, a global leading developer and provider of medical devices and solutions,  today launched the BeneHeart C Series automated external defibrillator (AED) with smarter operations and faster shock delivery to achieve better resuscitation outcomes for sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). With both fully and semi-automatic versions, this new range is now available in Europe and other selected countries.

Performing CPR can be a tense experience for people without any medical background. Designed to address challenges faced by first-time rescuers, BeneHeart C Series features unique ResQNaviTM technology to properly guide users through the rescue process with step-by-step animation coaching (available in selected versions) and voice prompts. The proficiency of a rescuer can be determined, according to the time spent at each step, with appropriate guidance and encouragement given to ease stress.

As the defibrillation success rate drops in seconds, the Mindray BeneHeart C Series enables the first shock to be delivered in less than 8 seconds - the shortest time ever - by adopting the QShockTM technology. It shortens ECG analysis time to 5 seconds with pre-charging completed simultaneously, making sure that not a second is wasted. The BeneHeart C Series is also one of only few choices in the market that provides up to 360J energy to meet individual SCA patient needs, increasing the termination rates of refibrillation*.

With 1.5-meter drop endurance and IP55 waterproof and dustproof ratings, the BeneHeart C Series meets all out-of-hospital transport standards, including helicopters, and can be effectively applied in various demanding environments. Durable electrode pads and batteries with 5-year lifespans also reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) in its lifetime.

“Sudden cardiac arrest could happen to people of all ages and in any place. Having identified the challenges and needs of the AED market, Mindray developed BeneHeart C Series AED to help people perform effective SCA resuscitation more confidently, and our AED-Alert 2.0 lets AED owners manage their fleet of AEDs in a more efficient way,” said Eason Zhou, Director of International Patient Monitoring & Defibrillator Business at Mindray.

* 360J energy should be considered when 200J failed to defibrillate, according to 2015 AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC and ERC Guidelines for Resuscitation 2015.

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The new Dutchmed private dialysis clinic in Shumen started working

11.03.2019

Only two weeks after the conclusion of a contract between the NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE FUND and the clinic of dialysis on "Dutchmed Bulgaria" in Shumen, 25 patients have been transferred to be treated at the new Center. That's about one-third of all dialysis patients in the region. Patients started to come from neighboring Targovishte, as well as from Varna. This is the third private dialysis clinic of Dutchmed, the other two are in the towns of Pazardzhik and Plovdiv. As in our other clinics, the clinic in Shumen has the capacity to treat over 60 patients, 6 days per week, in two shifts.

 

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The unique BeneVision N1 was launched on the Sixth Continent!

25.02.2019

The participants in the 27th Bulgarian Antarctic expedition returned in the country. During their stay in the Bulgarian base of Antarctica, the medical service of the team was reinforced by the unique BeneVision N1 patient transport monitor, provided by Dutchmed. In this way, the smallest, but with tremendous features member of the new family of high-end modular patient monitors of the world famous manufacturer Mindray, sold now with unparalleled success all over the world, showed its unique performance also in the extreme conditions of the Sixth continent. Palm size and ultralight, designed for the fluctuating demands of both intra and out of hospital transport, the N1's steadfast reliability and strong performance provide seamless patient care during transport. The N1's robust design supports IP44 grade dust and waterproof resistance as well as a six surface 1.2m drop endurance. N1 is in compliance with out-of-hospital patient transport standards such as: EN 1789, for road ambulance; IEC60601-1-12, for both road and air ambulance, EN13718-1, for air ambulance; RTCA DO-160G, for civil aviation; MIL-STD-810G Military Environment and MIL-STD-461F Military EMC.

The photos were provided courtesy of Dr. Atanas Peltekov, a member of our 27 Antarctic expedition.

 

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The deliveries of new ambulances for all Emergency Centers in the country have begun.

20.12.2018

By 2021, a total of 280 ambulances, including reanimation ambulances, must be delivered. Most of the medical equipment in the ambulances is supplied by Dutchmed: most modern biphasic defibrillator-monitors, modern transport ventilators for all age groups, infusion pumps, portable electrical suction devices, spine boards and kits for patients immobilization, oxygen and vacuum gas systems.

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With 21 million caps were bought and donated two intensive care infant incubators for the premature babies in Varna

08.10.2018

Nearly 15,000 participants, 21 tons of caps, 8400 BGN. This is the reckoning of the feast of recycling, which took place in late September in Varna, thanks to the efforts of the Association "I believe and help", the Municipality and the dozens of volunteers.

The campaign helps not only the nature, but also the people and especially the newborns in the city. Because every penny goes to medical equipment. In this case, Atom Medical intensive care incubators for premature babies purchased at half price from Dutchmed, with which the company contributed to the noble cause of the Association "I believe and help".

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The newest Mindray high-end intensive care ventilator, model SV 800, launched in Bulgaria

27.10.2017

During the 20th National Congress of the society of anesthesiologists in Bulgaria, which took place from 26 to 29.10.2017 in Nessebar, at the booth of Dutchmed, for the first time in Eastern Europe, was demonstrated the new intensive care ventilator model SV 800, manufactured by Mindray.

SV 800, as well as model SV 600, are able to ventilate patients from premature infants to adults and have unique features, among which: an extremely rich package of ventilation modes and modes for respiratory support, including automated adaptive minute ventilation mode, a full set of monitored parameters, including graphical imaging of the lung, intelligent alarm system with infographic pictures, possibility for cardiopulmonary resuscitation synchronized with the mechanical ventilation, a full range of features for synchronization between the apparatus and the patient, tools for lung protection and weaning, for spontaneous breathing trial (SBT) and many others.

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The first specialized pediatric ambulance in the country is already a fact.

31.05.2017

The special ambulance is a donation to the hospital "Pirogov" by Association "Cause" with President Mr. Vladislav Nozharov, collected over 150000 Bulgarian Leva, most of them with auctions of photos of celebrities and business people of the talented Ms. Velislava Kaymakanova Nozharova.

With the pediatric ambulance will be transported heavy sick children from newborns and premature babies up to 18 years of age.

Dutchmed equipped the pediatric ambulance with high-end infant ambulance transport incubator, model V 808, Atom Medical,  as well as with high-end microprocessor controlled transport ventilator, model Oxymag, Magnamed, with possibilities to ventilate children of any age.

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