In an interview with Times of India, Lena Hallengren, the Swedish minister of Social Affairs mentions Bactiguard as one of the Swedish companies contributing to developing the healthcare sector in India.
On a delegation trip to India the national magazine Times of India made an interview with the Swedish minister of Social Affairs, Lena Hallengren, about the India-Sweden partnership in health and the way forward in this vital sector. In the interview minister Hallengren mentions Bactiguard as one of the Swedish companies contributing to developing the healthcare sector in India.
Bactiguard’s urinary catheter (BIP Foley Catheter) was launched in India in early 2016 and the central venous catheter (BIP CVC) and endotracheal tubes (BIP ETT and BIP ETT Evac) one year later. This means Bactiguard are able to offer its complete range of infection prevention products in one of the largest and fastest growing markets in the world.