Increasing the efficiency and safety of the blood sampling and conservation process.

We provide cutting edge devices for anestesia
and patient monitoring in intensive care

Critical Care Products

The Surgical Company

The Broncoflex™ was designed to address the current needs and challenges facing hospitals associated with the use of flexible bronchoscopes. Bronchoscopes are now essential pieces of equipment, used by different medical specialists for a broad variety of clinical indications.

The Surgical Company

The Screeni™ is an advanced touch screen device that offers superior image quality and accuracy. An integrated algorithm guarantees the highest definition image quality, even when used as a single-use device. Boasting a complete system design, the Screeni™ has been tailored for efficiency and ease of use, providing medical professionals with an optimized device for diagnosis and treatment. With its intuitive interface and powerful capabilities, the Screeni™ is the ideal solution for a variety of medical procedures.

The Surgical Company 

Fluido® AirGuard System

The Fluid AirGuard System is a revolutionary patient temperature management system that combines the safety and comfort of an air guard with the advanced features of a fluid warming system. This sophisticated device includes a wireless monitoring system, adjustable temperature and humidity control, and an automatic leak detection feature for enhanced safety. Its intuitive user interface and advanced components make it easy to use and provide reliable temperature control and monitoring for medical staff caring for patients in any environment. The Fluid AirGuard System ensures patient wellbeing and comfort by providing the highest level of temperature management available.

Quantel Medical

Evo Touch+

The EvoTouch+ portable ultrasound machine offers high-resolution imaging, multiple functions and a long battery life. With an intuitive user interface and settings that can be programmed in advance, it allows to perform quick and complete examinations.

The Surgical Company PTM


The Mistral Air MA1200 is a patient temperature management device designed to provide comfort and safety for patients. It features integrated adjustable temperature control technology and advanced diagnostics for reliable and efficient operation. The system also provides continuous data recording, which can be used to track patient temperature over time. With its compact design and low noise output, the Mistral Air MA1200 is perfect for hospitals, clinics, and any other medical environment where patient comfort and safety are paramount.


AED Plus

When it comes to helping a victim of sudden cardiac arrest, not all AEDs are created equal. Unlike other AEDs, ZOLL® AEDs support rescuers with integrated, real-time feedback on compression rate and depth. Recommended by medical professionals, the ZOLL AED Plus® defibrillator with Real CPR Help® technology guides rescuers in performing high-quality CPR and provides integrated audio and visual feedback to support you throughout the rescue.





AED Plus


Fluido AirGuard System

Increasing the efficiency and safety of the blood sampling and conservation process

The transfusion of packed red blood cells (PRBC) remains a primary intervention for the treatment of ICU patients with anemia. Blood transfusions are associated with negative effects on patient outcomes, including increased risk for infection, which may explain the positive correlation between organ dysfunction and the number of blood draws.

Catheter-related bloodstream infection (CRBSI) is the most common nosocomial bacteremia in critically ill patients. It affects many patients each year in the world, with an attributable mortality of up to 35% and a financial high cost of up to $30,000 per case.

Corwin HL. Erythropoietin use in critically ill patients: Forest and Trees. CMAJ 2007; 17(7):747-749

Healthcare Scientific Papers

The Relationship of Delirium, Sedation, Dementia,
and Acquired Weakness

Longitudinal changes in compliance, oxygenation and ventilatory ratio in COVID-19 

Is this patient really “(un)stable”? How to describe cardiovascular dynamics in critically ill patients