Malachi Holdings assists annual sessions of College of Surgeons

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Malachi Holdings (Pvt.) Ltd., a fully owned subsidiary of Markss HLC, the authorised agent in Sri Lanka for Laborie Technologies, Canada, assisted the annual sessions of the most respected and oldest medical body of the country, College of Surgeons – Sri Lanka.

The sessions were held at Cinnamon Grand, Colombo with the participation of a large number of surgeons of the country with members from Laborie Technologies, Canada. At the sessions Beta Floting, Regional Manager for South Asia for Laborie Technologies introduced urodynamics technology to the Sri Lankan medical fraternity.

Laborie Technologies is a Canadian manufacturer of computerised urodynamics equipment and treatment of incontinence. The product range purely targets urologists and uro-gynecologists, and is well-established in the American and European continents with more than 70 distributors around the world.

The products manufactured by Laborie Technologies can be used in diagnosing and treatment of uro-flowmentry, cystometry, urethral pressure profile, leak point pressure and micturition study with EMG in urological and gynecological sectors.

Highly technical instruments made by Laborie Technologies are used by the best consultants in the world to diagnose their patients accurately and provide the correct treatments. Further, this company has manufactured a portable urinal scanner especially for urologists and gynecologists, the first in the world.

Chariman of Malachi Holdings, Rajeev Nanayakkara, expressing his views on the sponsorship of the Annual Sessions of Colege of Surgeons – Sri Lanka said, “We consider this an honour for our company to be able to sponsor the annual sessions of a respected medical body of the country.

“As an organisation always looking forward to introduce the best technology and products to the country, we are happy to be the local agent for Laborie Technologies, Canada, a giant in medical instrument manufacturing in the world. With the tie-up with Laborie Technologies, we believe that we could introduce many more medical instruments to the medical society of Sri Lanka.”