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Vemamed B.V. spreads its wings... into Africa

In the beginning of March 2018, Vemamed launched a selection of our products in Kenya. In close cooperation with Medlinc Africa, our negative pressure therapy system Genadyne XLR8+ has now been put into use in Kenya.

For a week we trained medical specialists and wound care nurses from various hospitals and private clinics in Nairobi and Mombasa. The skilled staff and wound care nurses of Medlinc Africa form a solid base to be able to provide the highest possible quality of care.

All the while they apply XLR8 + negative pressure treatments in hospitals, private clinics and home care. They service our customers all the way, even inside  operating room.

Medlinc Africa clienteles include Agha Khan Hospital, Nairobi Hospital, Mombasa Hospital and Nyali Healthcare Clinic.

During the Surgical Society’s monthly colloquium in Nairobi and Mombasa, these specialists were trained on "Hard to Heal wounds" by Dr. Mbinga and Dr. Mark Siboe, whom lectured on hard to heal wounds and their treatment with the XLR8+ negative pressure wound therapy.

It has been a honour to bring wound care to an even higher level in Kenya and to contribute to cost savings for the health care in Kenya with our innovative products.

Our next step is to expand the cooperation between Vemamed and Medlinc Africa: Nanogen, Silgen Ag and the UNO (our small disposable full negative pressure therapy system) have now also been introduced and there is more to follow...!