Mediana introduced its easy-to-use AED at the 35th International Medical Equipment & Hospital Equipment Exhibition (KIMES 2019) that runs Mar. 14-17 in COEX.
Founded in 1993, Mediana is a company that possesses high technology in the field of AEDs and patient surveillance devices. It is exporting its products to major university hospitals in 80 countries worldwide including Harvard University Hospital, Johns Hopkins University Hospital, and Tokyo University Hospital. It is also exporting products to global medical device companies like Medtronic in USA, Siemens in Germany and Fukuda Denshi in Japan.
A10 introduced in this show is an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) that anyone can use easily and conveniently. Icons and voice enable CPR user instruction and guidance at the same time. LED display information is shown in picture, so even the first-time users can follow the instructions and use it successfully. In addition, the self-diagnosis function allows the user to identify and test the function of the equipment and the power supply status to maintain the optimum condition.
A staff at Mediana said, "A10 was designed to be easy for anyone to use in case of an emergency, according to the instructions of the device. It will help to save the patient's life in the environment where the rate of first aid treatment is remarkably low."
KIMES is Korea's largest medical equipment and hospital facility show that has been steadily growing since the first show in 1980 with the development of Korean medical industry. Currently, Korea's medical industry has transformed into a technology-intensive, high-tech industry with medical information system, ultrasound scanners, medical imaging equipment, robotic medical care, AI, and rehabilitation medicine. KIMES has become a world-class medical show as it contributed to the advancement of Korean medical industry. The exhibitors will showcase new technologies and new products in the medical industry like advanced hospital facilities, medical information systems integrated with IT technology, and automobile industry for quick patient transportation.