Designed to improve the standard of obstetric care, this new stylish design does not dominate the bedside, yet continues to offer a clear visual of the status of the fetus.
In Vitro Technologies Women’s and Children’s Health Division provides Specialised Care, for Life.
Our Women’s and Children’s Health Division is based upon providing quality systems and tools for the specialist obstetric, neonatal, paediatric, and adult intensive care markets. By supporting various medical specialties, we aim to assist professional care given to patients throughout all stages of life – from pregnancy, neonatal/newborn, though to adult care.
Through provision of world leading products, ongoing clinical education and customer support, In Vitro Technologies’ Women’s and Children’s Health Division provides Specialised Care, For Life.
Obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS) or 3rd/4th degree tears are a serious complication of childbirth that can lead to anal incontinence (AI). AI can have a devastating impact on a person’s quality of life and is perceived as a social stigma. Due to these childbirth related injuries, women are nine times more likely to develop AI compared to men.
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Featuring talks from industry experts: Drug tocolysis: when and how? Prof. Dr. Werner Rath. University of Aachen and Kiel, Germany. Prediction of Preterm Delivery: looking at risk factors and biomarkers, the Belgium perspective. Dr. Caroline Van Holsbeke. ZOL, Belgium. Improving results: best practice in patient identificaion and routing. Prof. Dr. Ildar Fatkullin. University of Kazan, Russia.