Friday, November 11, 2011

News: Inditherm exports largest CosyTherm order


Rotherham company, Inditherm, has recently dispatched their largest ever single order for CosyTherm, the innovative neonatal warming system.

The order from Indonesia includes 35 of the warming systems that use their patented, low voltage carbon polymer technology to help prevent hypothermia in new born babies.

The systems are already highly popular in the UK and used in almost half of all NHS neonatal units, with that number still growing. The product is also gaining increased international recognition, with users in over 30 countries world-wide, this order being the largest to date.

CosyTherm is designed to allow open nursing of the baby, contributing to developmental care and providing unhindered access to the baby for nursing staff and parents. The system has no circulating air or water and so provides a safe, convenient, simple and effective method of keeping new born babies warm.

The mattresses also fit existing equipment and allows more expensive and sophisticated equipment, such as incubators, to be freed up for babies with greatest need.

New additions to the range include more compact and lightweight systems that include integrated battery power and DC input, designed to help with the transport and transfer of the new born patients.

Nick Bettles, CEO at Inditherm, said: "We are delighted to have received such a large export order for CosyTherm. The product has seen remarkable success in a number of countries and has rapidly become the system of choice in most UK NHS hospitals.

"It is a very cost-effective solution that can free up more costly and sophisticated equipment, such as incubators, for patients in greater need."

It is orders like this that helped Inditherm win the UKTI Export achievement award at Medilink's Healthcare Business Awards 2011 this week.

Implementing a successful international strategy has enabled them to access new markets and build their reputation globally, with particular success across the Middle East, China and Europe.

The Manvers firm will now be automatically shortlisted for the national Medilink UK awards which will take place in early 2012, recognising the nation's leading lights in healthcare.

Inditherm website



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