Mediguardindia is known as surgical and hospital equipments suppliers in the world

Mediguardindia is the best equipment suppliers company in the world. It is known as main suppliers in Africa. It deals in surgical equipment, hospital equi…

The demands of disposable surgical & health care products are increasing these days. Disposable surgical products are being very comfort for using and very affordable as well. Due to these products the risk of infectious diseases are bare minimum. In the past days a reports say that around 25 % of the human deaths happens due to infectious diseases. Infection control is critical to any hospital’s success. This realization has led to the increasing focus on disposable or single use surgical equipments worldwide. So the demands of disposable surgical & health care products are increasing in the Hospitals, Govt. Hospitals, Private Health Care institutions, NGO’s & International organizations in world wide! The categorization of the surgical disposables will include gloves, drapes, face masks, gowns, scrubs etc. These are common products of surgical disposables used in the hospitals in world wide for surgeries across the medical field. The wide spread use of surgical disposables ensures the prevention and transfer of harmful bacteria’s and on top of it limits the direct exposure to blood and blood borne pathogens.

In 1991, when the Indian Economy was undergoing rapid liberalization & globalization, our enterprising founder Mr. Ashok Garg recognized the potential that Indian companies had for exporting Indian Surgical Supplies to various countries across the globe. He founded Kumar Impex with an objective to export Surgical Supplies, Hospital Equipment & Health Care Products from India especially to Africa and Middle East because many countries in these regions were at an active stage of development at that time. He had a vision that since Surgical Supplies & other related Health Care Products of European and American origin were quite expensive, people in these regions could benefit immensely from less expensive and equally good quality alternatives available from India as it will lead to a considerable reduction in healthcare costs in these countries.

Under the brand name of  Mediguard India, the demand of disposable surgical & health care products, surgical supplies, hospital equipment supplies are being fulfilled. The range of Surgical Supplies, Hospital Equipment & other related Health Care Products exported by us include medical disposables from Anesthesia, Infusion & Transfusion, Urology, Gastroenterology, Surgery, General Medical Disposables Sections, Bandages & Plasters, Disposable Wears & other General Hospital Equipment & Pathological Usage Items. We are fulfilled the consumer request related these above products especially in n East Africa, West Africa, Southern Africa and in Middle East at very affordable price.

Mediguard India is the exporters of disposable surgical & health care products, agree that the development of the private health care market and the creation of greater awareness among of patients, researchers and physicians with the help of educational initiatives will be the key to sustain market momentum. It would be highly interesting to see how long Indian companies take before they make a mark of their own in the global market!

In order to ensure the safety and the well-being of their patients, all Government hospitals, medical institutions and private healthcare establishments need to be permanently supplied with proper surgical equipment supplies, vital for sustaining a wide range of activities regarding common medical practice. Disposable, single-use surgical equipments such as Anesthesia, Infusion & Transfusion, Urology, Gastroenterology, Surgery, General Medical Disposables Sections, Bandages & Plasters, Disposable Wears & other General Hospital Equipments & Pathological Usage Items. Due to the topical use of disposable and reusable surgical products inside all medical establishments, such equipments are highly requested in present, the surgical industry needing increasingly larger supplies of specific medical materials.