3 medical equipment events 2023-2024 release en

3 events in 2023 — 3 times more opportunities!

Dear friends!

UTAS is pleased to announce in 2023 we have 3 confirmed international events! That means 3 times more opportunities for our customers to learn more about the benefits of the partnership with us, the advantages of our medical equipment. And of course, for us — to hear your wishes, feedback and suggestions!

We hasten to announce all 3 events – save the date and schedule meetings at our stands!

ESICM Congress 2023

October, 21–25
Milan, Italy
UTAS Booth: 2-01

In October 2023, UTAS experts will visit the international congress ESICM 2023 Milan with our stand. Here we will show new solutions that assist clinicians and improve patient safety. The program of the event includes demonstrations and workshops. Advise your opinion-leading clinicians to participate in the congress and visit the UTAS stand.

ESICM 2022 Paris on-stand activities


November, 13–16
Dusseldorf, Germany
UTAS Booth: 9B60, Hall 9

From Nov 13 to 16, plan to meet us at our MEDICA 2023 booth. Same place, old friends, new opportunities! This is a great place to see our state-of-the-art medical equipment live and discuss the benefits of partnership in your country as well.

MEDICA 2022 booth guests


Jan, 29 – Feb, 01
Dubai, UAE
UTAS Booth: S3.E59

And already in the beginning of next year, but in continuation of this wonderful event session, we invite you to a new hospitable stand at the grandiose Arab Health 2024! More space to demonstrate our products in respiratory support and patient monitoring. More opportunities to evaluate UTAS medical equipment. More possibilities to learn more about cooperation with us.

Arab Health 2023 UTAS Company stand
ARAB HEALTH 2023 meetings

Save the dates. Visit UTAS stands. Advise your friends!

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