Coming closer to the client - Neurosoft at the “Zdravookhraneniye 2010”
Trucks of medical companies with medical equipment and ads flooded the parking of “Expocentre” fairground in Moscow on 5th of December. Exhibitors hurried to unload exhibits and to make last preparations on their stands. 20th International Exhibition for Health Care, Medical Engineering and Pharmaceuticals should start its work the next day.
Major manufacturers of medical devices and representatives of trade organizations from Russia and abroad gathered together at “Zdravookhraneniye” that is the largest medical exhibition in Russia. Our regular clients didn't get lost in the middle of a crowded fairground because that was the fourth time for Neurosoft to show its new developments on the stand №22B56. Old friends as well as new visitors got fresh information at first hand. They had a chance to see brand-new devices in real life that replaced old ones: renewed Neuro-Audio (version 2010) digital system for EP and OAE, Neuro-MEP-Micro portable EMG and NCS system with a built-in miniature dedicated keyboard and Neuron-Spectrum-5 41-channel neurophysiological system for EEG, EP and EMG. Being the key point of Neurosoft's exposition, our latest magnetic stimulator Neuro-MS/D that combines therapeutic and diagnostic techniques arose great interest among visitors.
Those who work on our devices told us what they like in our products and what they expect us to improve. Many visitors were interested in EMG and nerve conduction studies, magnetic stimulation and polysomnography. Specialists of functional diagnostics were happy to buy “Atlas of myography” published recently by Neurosoft and meet its author Sergey Nikolaev, world-known specialist in myography.
We did our best to achieve our main goal – to provide our visitors with the most interesting and useful information from Neurosoft Company and to take into consideration all their wishes. With your assistance we succeed as usual.
See you with pleasure next year, at the same time and in the same place!
Publication date: December 16, 2010