24-hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitors & Holter ECG Devices
WHAT WE DO
Your ABPM-05 pays for itself! Reimbursable, long-life ambulatory BP monitor with sleep-friendly algorithm and IP22 water-resistance rating. Clinically validated to the BHS and AAMI accuracy criteria. With CE, FDA and CMDR market clearance.
Undiagnosed sleep apnea improves the risk of sleep-related traffic accidents. With apneABP one short test is enough to screen for sleep apnea and hypertension in primary care!
24 hour blood pressure monitor in OEM. Your brand, our quality. Save time and costs with our complex OEM-NIBP solution!
Professional 3/12-channel Holter ECG with 5in1 software package, which includes beat-by-beat annotation, event distribution, time and frequency domain HRV and QT dispersion.
Who we are
Meditech is committed to preserving cardiovascular health by manufacturing, developing and marketing 24-hour blood pressure and ECG monitors since 1990. In a world focused on things, we focus first on people.
What's the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of Brazil? Footbal? Carnaval? Capoeira? If you happen to be at Hospitalar fair in Sao Paolo, Brazil between 22 and 25 May, we hope Meditech will be the first company that comes to your mind, and you will visit us in booth No. 12-138.
Although many drug combinations are available for treating and managing hypertension, the best therapy for the black Africans is still a subject of debate. This new study aims to find the best solution by comparing three combinations in the population. Meditech ABPM-05 ambulatory blood pressure monitors have been used for the trial.
Meditech office will be closed between 30 April and 1 May due to Labour Day Holidays.
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Who already work with us
Our partners are our best advertising! Meditech Holters are distributed to and used in physicians' and specialists' offices, hospitals and in international research programs.
While snoring is quite normal, it's actually one of the main symptoms of sleep apnea, a sleep disorder that halts or slows down your breathing when you sleep.
Blood pressure is in itself a highly variable parameter. We explain why.