DSEI 2015 defense exhibition also includes medical equipment and innovations 11709151

 
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DSEI 2015 International Defence & Security equipment
Exhibition and Conference

15 - 18 September 2015
London, United Kingdom
 
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DSEI 2015 defense exhibition also includes medical equipment and innovations.
Defence Security and Equipment International, DSEI 2015 hosts a wealth of medical innovations at its 2015 exhibition. This will include two Strategic Conferences held on the 14 and 15 September, a variety of daily demonstrations, a range of exhibitors and a selection of relevant seminars and presentations.
     
Defence Security and Equipment International, DSEI 2015 hosts a wealth of medical innovations at its 2015 exhibition. This will include two Strategic Conferences held on the 14 and 15 September, a variety of daily demonstrations, a range of exhibitors and a selection of relevant seminars and presentations. Defense Medical Services zone at DSEI 2015 International Defense Exhibition in London, United Kingdom.
     
The British Defence Medical Services (DMS) played a significant role in the recent Ebola epidemic and this year's DSEI examines DMS's challenges, breakthroughs and successes. The Ebola Learning Exploitation Strategic Conference will take place on 15 September with an introduction from the UK military's Surgeon General, Air Marshal Paul Evans, followed by a keynote from the Royal United Services Institute's (RUSI) Jennifer Cole, a Senior Research Fellow in Resilience and Emergency Management. The conference will analyse the approaches taken in Operation Gritrock during the epidemic.

Major Chris Gibson from the Army Medical Services Training Centre (AMSTC) led the team tasked with delivering the training assurance process for Operation Gritrock. Major Gibson said that the "highly complicated and multifaceted" operation led to "the drafting, rehearsing and acceptance of 57 new Standard Operating Procedures". The operation required "a fundamental mind-set and philosophical change to our treatment protocols", and saw novel procurements such as a "Bluetooth patient note transfer and a two way video and microphone system which allowed for remote monitoring of staff and patients in all areas of the facility".

The Army's research and dedication to a secure medical facility to use during the outbreak paid off. All staff returned safe and well and Major Gibson commented that "this truly was a benchmark event for clinical education, training, safety and operational medical support. This success has gained world health education and delivery organisational attention and I believe is widely marketable to industry and international communities". The conference will close with a look to a future in which unplanned operations and crises seem inevitable.

The DSEI 2015 exhibition also runs daily demonstrations on the Ebola Virus Disease Treatment Unit (EVDTU). The sessions will demonstrate the use of the Air Transport Isolator and equipment used to provide a wide ranging diagnostic capability, in a safe and controlled manner during the Ebola breakout.
     
Defence Security and Equipment International, DSEI 2015 hosts a wealth of medical innovations at its 2015 exhibition. This will include two Strategic Conferences held on the 14 and 15 September, a variety of daily demonstrations, a range of exhibitors and a selection of relevant seminars and presentations.
     
 

 

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