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Ultra sonic examination of the hips of newborn babies

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The patented procedure developed by Professor Dr. Reinhard Graf – sonography of the hips of newborn babies – is totally painless, free from any radiation burden and other influences dangerous to health – and it had been honoured by the Austrian health ministry.

The examination of the hips of newborn babies (latest weeks 4 – 6 after birth) belongs to the usual examination programme of every paediatrician.

Professor Dr. Reinhard Graf started already 30 years ago to deal with this development.

The result is a system consisting of the products ‘Sono Fix’ – the positioning device for the examination – and ‘sonoguide’ the scanner holding part.

The hip sonography as per the Graf-method had been established as a screening procedure for all hips of newborn babies 1992 in Austria, 1996 in Germany and 1997 in Switzerland.

By means of these two products, which form together a fixed system – please see www.baby-dysplasie.eu/en/ - every doctor, paediatrician or childrens’ clinic is enabled to perform faultless examinations.

Meanwhile this general analytical diagnosis is accepted worldwide and is applied as a facultative method also in countries as Italy, Hungary, Poland, England, France, India, Israel, Spain, Japan, China, USA, Canada, and more.

Production and sales are exclusively in the hands of Messrs. Gebrüder Hirschbeck GmbH, St. Peter am Kammersberg / Austria. Details are available via the site mentioned above or by mail.

Author:
Michael Richter - International Marketing- and sales consultant - concentrates for more than 35 years on strategic marketing planning as well as marketing and selling of investment goods and long-lasting consumer goods in/to all 5 continents. He offers this knowledge and experience to his worldwide clientele. In 1991 he started his work as an independent marketing consultant, especially for SMEs worldwide. In addition he holds national and international, internal and external lectures on international marketing matters - especially in/for the European Union.

Michael Richter - International marketing and sales consultant
Hauptstrasse 27
88422 Seekirch/Germany
Marketing: www.marketing-und-vertrieb-international.com/en/
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michael.richter@marketing-und-vertrieb-international.de
Phone: +49-7582-933371, Fax: +49-7582-933372

Gebrüder Hirschbeck - production and marketi1ng of Sono Fix and Sonoguide

Gebr. Hirschbeck GmbH
A-8843 St. Peter am Kammersberg 161
Austria
http://www.baby-dysplasie.eu
baby-dysplasie@hirschbeck.eu

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