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TyTek Show and Tell at Emergency Services Expo

Paramedics and PiranhasTyTek Medical took their turn in the spotlight to show and tell their range of products at the Emergency Services Show in Birmingham, England.

The expo took place over two days at the National Exhibition Centre and it was the third year running that we had exhibited there. We had great interest in our range of products and solutions from visitors from across Europe and it was great to make friends old and new.

Joanna Tyler said: "We enjoyed a busy two days at the show and it was great that real end users in emergency trauma care had the opportunity to test our range of products. The feedback about our Piranha Trauma Shears and PneumoDart decompression needle, in particular, was very encouraging."

We took enquiries from Denmark, Germany, Holland, Ireland and the British Armed Forces.

Pictured left to right: Stephen McDermott, Joanna Tyler and David Berry.

 

 

 

 

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