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Successful trade fair appearance at the DGK in Mannheim
The 88th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Cardiology – Cardiovascular Research at the Congress Center Rosengarten in Mannheim was a complete success for Resuscitec GmbH. The CARL Support and the Sales Team introduced the CARL System and CARL Therapy to a professional audience on site from April 20 to 23.
“We experienced great interest in our CARL Therapy and in our CARL System. Many of our conversation partners evaluated the CARL Therapy and the CARL System as a significant milestone in the further development of in-hospital and out-of-hospital resuscitation. Directly at the trade fair, we were able to arrange numerous appointments for product presentations in renowned hospitals throughout Germany”, says Dr. Patrick Rauh, Head of Sales of Resuscitec GmbH.
Over a four-day period, visitors to the trade fair in Mannheim could learn about technical innovations of various medical technology companies. In addition, there were many expert presentations on the topics of cardiology and cardiovascular research.
In his lecture ‘ECMO, Impella, … – When which device?’, Professor Dr. Marcus Hennersdorf gave an outlook on how extracorporeal circulation/ECMO procedures may develop further. He particularly emphasized the technical performance of the CARL System and its innovative, mobile perfusion system and he stressed that using the CARL System enables physicians to resuscitate a person even after a prolonged cardiac arrest without significant sequelae.