SAALAS International Conference


The SAALAS (South African Association for Laboratory Animal Science) International Conference 2017 took place at beautiful Spier Farm in Cape Town from 1 November to 3 November.

SATS Conference 2017


The 19th National SATS Congress took place at the world class Century City Conference Centre from 22 – 25 August 2017.

Hamilton Medical launches new high-end ventilator for critical care


With the new HAMILTON-C6*, Hamilton Medical, expands its portfolio in the high-end ventilation segment and ushers in the next generation of intelligent and versatile ICU ventilators for all patient population.

International Mandela Day


The 18th of July marks the birthday of former president Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela.

Africa Health 2017


The country's biggest healthcare exhibition kicked off on the 8th of June 2017 at the Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand, Johannesburg.

SASA Western Cape Update Meeting


SSEM Mthembu Medical recently partook in the SASA Western Cape Update Meeting which was held the scenic Lagoon Beach Hotel in Cape Town.

27th Regional Congress of the ISBT Copenhagen Denmark


SSEM Mthembu Medical recently attended the 27th Regional Congress of the ISBT in beautiful city of Copenhagen, Denmark.

SASA Congress 2017


The SASA congress is an annual event that is dedicated to the discipline of Anaesthesia at both Academic and Clinical level.

Sean Chetty – 2017 Winner of the SSEM Mthembu Academic Prize


SSEM Mthembu Medical Academic Award for 2017 announced.

SASA Congress 2016


SSEM Mthembu Medical attended the SASA Congress 2016 from 26 February to 1 March 2016 in Bloemfontein.

SA National Blood Transfusion Congress 2015


SSEM Mthembu Medical recently participated in the 33rd National Blood Transfusion Congress...

Mr Maurits van den Berg wins SSEM Mthembu academic prize


Mr Maurits van den Berg wins SSEM Mthembu academic prize.

New Home for Fanem Medical in South Africa


SSEM Mthembu Medical is pleased to be the new sole distributor for the Fanem Neonatal range of products in South Africa.

Airwaves 2014 Congress Report


Adam Kokkas reports on the Airwaves 2014 Congress where SSEM Mthembu Medical had a stand.

SASA 2014 Report


Peter Burchell reports on SASA 2014 where SSEM Mthembu had a stand.

SSEM Mthembu Medical are proud to have exhibited at the first Africa Health Congress which was recently held at the Johannesburg Expo Centre. The conference was held over three days with 312 exhibitors from 34 countries.

SSEM’s presence at the conference demonstrates our commitment to the African market. We would like to thank our suppliers for supporting us in the event, in particular, Samsung Medison, Navylist, Nihon Kohden and JMS.
Nihon Kohden Corporation were platinum sponsors of the event and displayed their new range of patient monitors and defibrillators at SSEM’s stand.

International representatives from Samsung Medison, Mr Richard Yang and Mr Jaekwan Ko, assisted customers at the stand, demonstrating the advanced features of the Accuvix V20 and EKO7 ultrasound units.  
Navilyst Medical offer a comprehensive range of fluid management products for the Interventional Cardiology and Radiology markets. The Navilyst vascular access ranges include PICCs, ports and micropuncture insertion kits to cater for all long term intravenous therapy delivery requirements. Navilyst’s range  of  vascular access and fluid management technologies were on display at the congress where the quality of their products were amply demonstrated to interested visitors.

The JMS range of blood bags was recently registered in South Africa but they have already proven very popular in other African countries. JMS has been manufacturing blood bags since 1969 and have a long and impressive reputation for reliability and superior product quality.

SSEM was also proud to introduce the range of newly acquired Hamilton ventilators at Africa Health. Hamilton Medical is a privately owned company that was founded in 1983. Based in Switzerland, they combine the quality of Swiss manufacturing systems with large global resources and the reliability of a focused organization. The Hamilton ventilators with their unique Adaptive Support Ventilation (ASV) technology provide an extremely safe mode of ventilation for the respiratory management of all intubated patients.