Succesful introduction of Ambulight PDT in the Nordics

Tampere, August 19th 2013

Innovative skin cancer device now available in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland

bo medical technologies introduced Ambulight PDT at the 32nd Nordic Congress of Dermato-Venereology.

Patient-friendly form of PDT

Ambulight PDT is a light-emitting sticking plaster for the treatment of non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC). Simple and easily applied, the plasters are used in Photodynamic therapy (PDT). PDT has become a key treatment for skin cancers, an established and growing health issue in many regions of the world, especially in the Nordic countries.

Win-win situation

Several dermatologists have visited bo medical technologies conference booth in Tampere to become familiar with this new technology. The reactions are very positive. A quote of one of the doctors: “This will make my work, as well as for my nurses, easier. The fact that the portable device can be used at home makes it also very patient-friendly. A win-win situation”.

About bo medical technologies

bo medical technologies engages in exclusive distribution and sales of cosmedical technology. They look at cosmetic care from a medical perspective and seek products whose effects are beyond dispute and published in leading medical journals. After years of succesful business in the Benelux, bo medical technologies is now expanding to the Nordics with breakthrough devices and products for dermatologists and plastic surgeons.

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