Medical Table and Equipment Manufacturer Announces Their Participation at This Year’s MEDICA Conference in Dusseldorf, Germany

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Oakworks Medical will debut their new imaging table, the CFXL100, designed for diagnostic, mobile or full body imaging.

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As an exhibitor, Oakworks Medical has the perfect platform to introduce our wide range of medical positioning equipment

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Oakworks, Inc. is pleased to announce that they will once again be participating at the Medica International Medical Show. Medica is the largest international medical show focused on the presentation of innovative technologies designed to advance healthcare and treatment outcomes around the world. Leading clinicians and health care professionals from around the world agree that much greater emphasis must be placed on the effectiveness of treatments to ensure patients receive the best care available. Medica is a leading showcase for these technologies.

The show will be held at the Dusseldorf Exhibition Centre located in the city of Dusseldorf, Germany. Medical professionals will see the latest advanced range of medicines, treatments and equipment exhibited by hundreds of companies from around the world. It is an excellent opportunity for attendees and exhibitors to widen their product knowledge and marketing networks.

Jeffrey Riach, CEO of Oakworks, Inc. commented that, “As an exhibitor, Oakworks Medical has the perfect platform to introduce our wide range of medical positioning equipment while receiving the necessary feedback to further define our market opportunities. At Medica we have a unique opportunity to discuss the various related issues and to be informed about the latest updates in the medical industry. This meeting is the most important international event we attend all year.”

The company will feature their line of medical imaging tables built to accommodate an array of various techniques including C-Arm, Ultrasound and Cardio imaging. Their new imaging table, the CFXL100, will be on display at the MEDICA event. The CFXL100 is the latest addition to Oakworks Medical’s line of diagnostic imaging tables featuring a unique and robust design that suits the mobile and diagnostic imaging markets which require unobstructed access to full body imaging. The 75” radiolucent imaging area allows for unobstructed full body scanning. Long recognized as a source of design innovation, Oakworks has become a leader in providing patient positioning equipment to the worldwide medical community.

This year Oakworks Medical will be displayed in the State of Pennsylvania booth in the United States Pavilion. MEDICA 2012 takes place November 14 thru 17th in Dusseldorf, Germany. For more information about MEDICA, visit

About Oakworks Medical:
Oakworks has been providing customers with innovative medical equipment, excellent service, and cost effective solutions for over 30 years. Oakworks Medical collaborates with leaders in various medical specialties to create cutting edge table designs and patient positioning devices that balance the needs of both patients and practitioners. Every table built in the modern 91,000 sq foot facility located in New Freedom, Pennsylvania comes with the reliability that today’s medical professional demands. Oakworks Medical is ISO 13485:2003 certified, enhancing our commitment to the safety and comfort of both therapists and patients. The ISO standard is intended to ensure that medical device manufacturers have the required quality management systems in place to safely design, manufacture and distribute medical devices. Oakworks Medical is committed to identifying the needs of customers and providing solutions that are cost effective. For all your exam and treatment needs, discover why Oakworks Medical is the table of choice for medical professionals around the world.

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For additional information on Oakworks and their products Contact:
Email address: info(at)oakworks(dot)com
Phone: 717.235.6807

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