Surgical & Critical Care

GBUK Healthcare offers a specialist range of medical, surgical and critical care devices. Our products are widely used in Operating Theatres, High Dependency and Intensive Care Units, Medical and Surgical Wards, and Cardiothoracic, Urology, ENT, Women’s Health and Emergency Departments. We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality products and services, representing clinical innovation, technical excellence and exceptional value.


Advanced Critical and Surgical Care Devices for Improved Patient Outcomes

Improve patient outcomes with our advanced surgical and critical care devices. Our high-quality products are easy to use, reliable and durable, and are designed for healthcare professionals in different settings. In addition to our brochure below, our healthcare product categories are here in full detail.

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Education & Training

Nursing is a complex profession that requires a wide range of skills and knowledge, including physical assessment, pharmacology, nutrition, infection control, and communication. Staff must be adequately trained to ensure that they are able to safely and effectively perform the tasks required of them. GBUK Group helps nurses to stay ahead and deliver the highest quality of care possible. Choose GBUK Group for industry-leading nurse education that enhances patient care.

  • Surgical and critical care devices are medical instruments and equipment that are used to treat critically ill or injured patients. These devices are designed to provide support, monitoring, and treatment for patients in a hospital’s intensive care unit (ICU) or during surgical procedures. They are critical for saving lives and improving patient outcomes.

    Surgical Devices

    Surgical devices are instruments, tools or equipment used in various surgical procedures to aid medical professionals in performing surgery on a patient. These devices are designed to provide precision, control, and safety during surgery, and they are an essential part of any surgical procedure.

    The use of surgical devices can help to reduce the duration of surgery, minimise blood loss, and reduce the risk of complications. In addition, many surgical devices are designed to be minimally invasive, which can help to reduce recovery time and improve patient outcomes.

    Overall, surgical devices play a vital role in modern medicine, and they continue to evolve and improve as new technologies emerge. The proper use of surgical devices is essential in providing high-quality patient care, and it is important that medical professionals are trained to use these devices safely and effectively.

    Critical Care Devices

    Critical care devices are used in the care of critically ill patients, often in intensive care units (ICUs) or other critical care settings. These devices are designed to monitor, support or replace the function of vital organs and systems in the body.

    In critical care settings, medical professionals rely heavily on these devices to help them assess and manage the complex medical needs of critically ill patients. These devices are essential in providing life-sustaining care to patients who are in unstable or life-threatening conditions.

    Critical care devices are essential in the care of critically ill patients, and they play a vital role in improving patient outcomes and reducing morbidity and mortality in intensive care settings.

  • Blood Pressure Monitoring

    Blood pressure monitoring devices are used to help measure a patient’s blood pressure, giving the healthcare professional essential information regarding the patients health.

    Chest Drainage

    Chest drainage devices are used to remove fluid or air from the pleural space. Fluid or air build up can be caused by trauma, surgery or certain medical conditions, and can be life-threatening if left untreated.

    Suction Catheters

    Suction catheters are used to remove secretions and other fluids from a patient’s airway. This can help to improve breathing and prevent infections. These devices are commonly used in patients who are unable to clear their airways on their own.

    Suction & Fluid Management

    Suction and fluid management devices are used to remove excess fluid from either a patient or during surgeries. These devices are commonly used during surgical procedures or in critical care settings, allowing healthcare professionals to dispose of fluids safely.

    Collection Tubes

    Urology devices are used to diagnose and treat conditions related to the urinary tract system. This can include devices such as catheters, stents and stone baskets. These devices can help to improve urinary function and prevent complications such as infections and blockages.

    Wound Drainage

    Wound drainage devices are used to remove excess fluid and other materials from surgical sites. This can help to prevent infections and promote healing. These devices are commonly used after surgery.

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Healthcare Professional

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Woodland House,
Blackwood Hall Business Park,
North Duffield,
North Yorkshire,
YO8 5DD,
United Kingdom

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