New supplementary air export proves a hit at MEDICA 2006 -- Medical first captures the global market

Thursday 18 January 2007

Company from North-Rhine Westphalia bringing a breath of fresh air to the medical sector.

A small device with a massive impact has been the highlight at MEDICA, the world’s largest trade fair for innovation in medical technology. The innovative therapy caused a stir from the opening day of the exhibition, setting a completely new standard with its supplementary air system. It works by balancing out scientifically proven deficiencies in the organism -- and this simply by breathing in normally.

More than 100,000 people in Germany have already tried out the new "supplementary air" and its remarkable effect has met with general approval. "Taking a breather" for just 21 minutes a day gives users new energy and the enhanced inhaled air quality helps improve performance and ability to concentrate, promotes regeneration and significantly improves general well-being. For this reason private households, companies and public bodies can no longer imagine life without it when it comes to taking responsibility for looking after one's own health. As a daily supplement the small energy filling station can be used by anyone. The fact that it doesn't break the bank makes it all the more welcome. An air station can provide an entire family, football team or company with renewed energy for just 5 Euros a day.

A form of energy which prominent users too have come to appreciate. Converts of the supplementary air system include, for example, Dr. Wolfgang Grebe, a consultant for internal medicine and Board Member of the International Society for Prevention, sports scientist Dr. Elmar Wienecke and social policy and healthcare politicians Norbert Blüm and Rudolf Dressler, as well as physiotherapist Balbir Singh, who looked after Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher for a number of years before, like him, retiring from racing this season.

The supplementary air used in a number of clinics and doctor's surgeries has also now become more than just an insider tip. As an effective, serious and economic individual healthcare service it will also help registered doctors safeguard the future of their practices and the quality of the care they offer patients.

The new supplementary air standard demonstrates once again the technological potential available from Germany, one of the world’s leading export countries. Visitors to MEDICA saw for themselves the benefits of this leading German export as they took the opportunity to top up with new energy. A number of lucrative new orders have already been placed, many from Asia -- contracts which will help secure the jobs already generated as the technology has developed and help to create new ones in the future.

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