Clinical Support for Mediven Harmony Effectiveness!

Published in Home Medical Equipment on November 05, 2019

The recently published study conducted by Vanderbilt University shows the early detection of the presence of lymphedema in post breast cancer treatment and the use of mediven harmony products can significantly reduce debilitating advanced stages of lymphedema. Additionally, new products have been added to the assortment for more patient choices.  

The medi products are supported by our customer education and support programs, all designed to optimize compliance and therapeutic outcomes for our partners. And, don’t forget! medi offers a 10% year-end rebate based on sales growth compared to previous years’ sales!

Contact your local medi sales representative for specific product information, or visit mediusa.com/client-service/workshops/ to learn about all the clinical education workshops medi offers!

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