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Stakeholders Advocate Use of Technology to Improve Nigeria's Health Sector

The use of modern technology can improve the quality of life while increasing the capacity of health care providers and access to patients, say healthcare sector officials. We advocate using it to improve the healthcare sector.

Revealing this at the 9th Medic West Africa Exhibition and Conference hosted by Informa Markets, the world’s leading exhibition company, stakeholders said the exhibition and conference will be a platform to bridge the technology and knowledge gaps in Nigeria and West Africa. said it was.

Engle, Deputy Governor of Ogun State. (Mrs) Noimot Salako-Oyedele said:

“We welcome Medic West Africa as a platform for key stakeholders to explore what our facility needs and learn more about the latest innovations in healthcare. Having conversations and receiving assurances from manufacturers that they understand local conditions and needs, we are very pleased with what we have witnessed here at Medic West Africa.”

Medic West Africa’s exhibition manager, Amogh Wadwalkar, expressed satisfaction with its growth, legacy continuity and impact. “Ten years ago, Medic West Africa began as a platform to showcase the latest innovations in medical technology to industry stakeholders for the advancement of the region’s healthcare infrastructure. It is also a forum for discussion of topical issues that challenge the healthcare industry.

“Now in its ninth year, we continue our mission as the premier healthcare trade event and the largest gathering of healthcare trade professionals in the region. , welcomed thousands of visitors over the past three days to build relationships for the sustainable growth of the sector.By inviting and connecting all stakeholders in the health ecosystem, We have fostered a platform for discovering solutions to the biggest challenges impacting our community.”

Solenne Singer, Informa Market’s Group Director of Healthcare, also explained Medic West Africa’s main goals and the unique offerings in this edition. Equipment and solutions for their facilities and the people of Nigeria. The event has made great efforts to meet the needs of exhibitors and visitors.

“This year, we unveiled our laboratory segment, Medlab, as a highlight of the show. It is a prominent exhibition showcasing innovative products from across the medical laboratory industry, bringing quality diagnostics and care to Nigeria. It will lay the groundwork for the introduction of , which will be a growing segment with the addition of representative conferences in addition to exhibitions in future editions.”

With more than 150 exhibitors from 32 countries, the three-day event showcased the latest innovations in healthcare devices and solutions and was attended by many key stakeholders, including H.E. Mr. Ogun State Lieutenant Governor. (Mrs). Noimot Salako-Oyedele; Professor Akin Abayomi, Honorary Commissioner for Health, Lagos State; and Dr. Tommi Coker, Honorary Commissioner of Ogun State. Among other players in the healthcare industry.

Technologies showcased at the conference included cutting-edge imaging and diagnostics, laboratory equipment, IT systems and solutions, healthcare infrastructure and assets, disposables and consumer goods, pharmaceuticals and supplements, and medical equipment and instruments. was included. .

Magnetom Free.Star, a revolutionary High-V MRI platform by Siemens Healthineers, was one of the highlights of the event, wowing visitors to explore disruptive and innovative features including DryCool technology . As a virtually helium-free scanner with an ultra-compact footprint and a weight of 3 tons, it harnesses the power of the latest digitization technologies to truly improve your life.