Fat reduction showcased

01 February 2016

French firm Cosmosoft presented ReduStim, a class IIa medical device for abdominal fat reduction at the Arab Health Exhibition in Dubai last month.

It was among several French companies that participated in the event.

Cosmosoft’s innovative approach aims to eliminate fat through biomagnetic field activation. The company has been designing, manufacturing and distributing slimming equipment and professional medical devices for over 15 years.

This device is based on a technique using cellular activation through bio magnetic fields which naturally stimulates the reduction of fat cell accumulation. The stored fat is then eliminated though the body’s natural fat-burning process. The fully hands-free treatment is clinically recognised and provides visible lasting results after twelve 30-minute sessions, with no side effects and no effects on metabolism, while respecting the body’s natural biological process, the company says. It is noninvasive, non-aggressive and totally painless.

The new third-generation ReduStim, covered by new industrial protection, is equipped with antennas that emit a harmless biomagnetic field, directed locally at the abdominal area, arms, thighs and calves.

SolSteo, another French firm at the event, guarantees its sterilisation chambers for 10 years. It says the guarantee is given in full confidence because their design has been independently validated by the TÜV.

“Manufacturing EO industrial sterilisers is complex; it requires in-depth understanding of the sterilisation process and safety standards governing their use (European ATEX Directives, FDA 21, CFR Part 11, ISO 11135, etc.). This explains why only a handful of manufacturers prove reliable. Determined to succeed on the international scene, SolSteo is the only French manufacturing exporting the product (95 per cent of its sales revenue).

French firm Holtex, also an exhibitor, specialises in the manufacturing and sale of medical equipment in France and overseas. It covers more than 15 ranges of medical products including medical furniture, diagnostic, medical wear, medical bags and consumables, said a statement.

The ranges of products are divided in two parts – Holtex (surgical instruments, medical furniture, diagnostic) and distribution (Omron, Riester, Doro, Boso, Kern).

Meanwhile, the Middle East branch of US-based Cerner, a global leader in health care technology, highlighted its commitment to advance interoperability, featuring applications of its workflow solutions and showcasing best practices.

At Cerner’s booth, attendees could follow a patient’s journey through several workflow zones to get  first-hand experience of how interoperability and the flow of data among clinical settings play an essential part in improving patient outcomes. Cerner delegates also demonstrated the role of the electronic health record (EHR).

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