FORUM “RUSSIAN HEALTH CARE WEEK”
20th Anniversary International Exhibition for Health Care, Medical Engineering and Pharmaceuticals
Zdravookhraneniye’2010, the 20th Anniversary International Exhibition for Health Care, Medical Engineering and Pharmaceuticals will take place in pavilions No. 1, 2, 8 and the Forum pavilion of the Expocentre Fairgrounds on December 6 - 10, 2010. The Show arranged by Expocentre is held with the support from the Russian Federation Ministry of Health Care and Social Development, the Russian Federation Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences and the Russian Federation Public Chamber, under the patronage of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation and the Moscow City Government.
Zdravookhraneniye is the only large-scale B2B show in Russia, the CIS countries and Baltic States. The Exhibition embraces a whole range of medical goods and services and is a major professional forum in the field of the health care and social development.
The special status of the Show is confirmed with honorary labels of the International Exhibition Community: the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry (UFI) and the Russian Union of Exhibitions and Fairs (RUEF).
During five years the Zdravookhraneniye Exhibition is a key event of the International Forum “The Russian Health Care Week”.
The Russian Health Care Week’2010 Forum embraces the following events:
Due to its unique format of a single information and exhibition space the event opens up perfectly new opportunities to promote innovative products for practical medicine; attracts leading manufacturers of medical engineering, equipment and pharmaceuticals; health care professionals, representatives of governmental agencies and business community, medical specialists from all regions of the country.
For the last 10 years the Zdravookhraneniye Show has been dynamically developing. The number of professional visitors is annually increasing. Even last year despite the crisis the total visitor attendance reached 35 000 people.
Zdravookhraneniye’2010 exhibits innovative solutions relating to all fields of medicine, its hardware and drug provision.
The exposition demonstrates medical instrumentation, equipment and diagnostics; innovative medical technologies; primary health care; laboratory medicine; medical consumables, medical clothing, health-and-care aids; medical furniture, etc. Design and facilities for patient care institutions; advanced information technologies in medicine; acute care, medicine of emergence situations will be brought to the specialists’ attention. Such sections as Prevention of Hospital Infections, Maternal and Child Health; Dentistry and many others will be of great interest to the Exhibition visitors.
Such lines in the exposition as diagnostic and surgical equipment, instruments and accessory devices, endoscopy, endoscopic surgery and minimally invasive surgery have been steadily growing for many years. Since 2010 the above mentioned products will be exhibited as an independent section of the exhibition in Pavilion No. 8 (Hall No. 3).
All sections and subjects are well-grouped for the convenience of participants and visitors.
The Russian Health Care Week in Expocentre is the most attractive place for presentation of ideas and medical products. Leading domestic and foreign companies will exhibit their latest developments, know-how and recent technologies which are necessary and essential for the modern health care branch.
Over 1000 companies, organizations and enterprises from 40 countries that include Austria, Belgium, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, China, Czechia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherland, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Korea, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, the USA and Vietnam participate in Zdravookhraneniye’2010. The Exhibition amounts to about 41 500 sq. meters gross (about 18 000 sq. meters net).
This year national expositions are arranged by companies from 10 countries, namely China, Czechia, Finland, France, Germany, Korea, Malaysia, Poland, Taiwan and Turkey.
Renowned foreign companies including Carl Zeiss AG, Fujinon, Philips, Sony, Simens, Toshiba, Vernipoll s.r.l., Westfalia, Stormoff, Liebherr, Balton and many others will demonstrate their products at the Zdravookhraneniye’2010 Exhibition.
Once again German manufacturers of medical equipment and medical function products will exhibit their recent developments within the bounds of the National Exposition of Germany (Pavilion No. 2, Hall No.1). Many of their developments were displayed at the 42nd International Specialized Exhibition “Medika” in Dusseldorf (Germany).
The national exposition of France is a part of the programme of business-related events of the year 2010. This year is declared as the Year of France in Russia and the one of Russia in France for the purpose of cultural and economic exchange between two countries.
This year companies manufacturing surgical and orthopedic implants, producers of medical equipment and component parts as well as sterile glassware including such companies as AMPLITUDE, Textile Hi-Tec (THT), ARJOWIGGINS HEALTHCARE, AIME GRIFFOND, KADRIS and MABOTEX ENGINEERING are participants of the French exposition (Pavilion No. 1).
By tradition, companies from Malaysia have shown interest in the Exhibition. The Malaysian exposition is located in Pavilion No. 1. Such companies as MALAYSIAN RUBBER EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL (MREPC), TOP GLOVE SDN BHD, HARTALEGA SDN BHD, KOSSAN LATEX INDUSTRIES (M) SDN BHD, SUPERMAX GLOVE MANUFACTURING SDN BHD, BONRIC SDN BHD and TAKASO RUBBER PRODUCTS SDN BHD will demonstrate their products at Zdravookhraneniye’2010.
The Russian Health Care Week Forum and its comprehensive scientific, practical and business-related programme of events comprise always complete information for specialists from all Russian regions and serve a place for effective contacts between suppliers and consumers of medical equipment.