F.I.M. S.A. of Villeurbanne Cedex at MEDICA 2018 in Düsseldorf -- COMPAMED Trade Fair

F.I.M. S.A.

51 rue Antoine Primat - CS 60194, 69625 Villeurbanne Cedex
Telephone 33 4 72348989
Fax 33 4 72334351

Hall map

MEDICA 2018 hall map (Hall 11): stand C31

Fairground map

MEDICA 2018 fairground map: Hall 11

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Electromedical Equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.01  Diagnostics
  • 01.01.01  Equipment for audiological diagnostics

Equipment for audiological diagnostics

  • 01  Electromedical Equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.01  Diagnostics
  • 01.01.02  Instruments and apparatus for ocular diagnosis

Instruments and apparatus for ocular diagnosis

  • 01  Electromedical Equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.01  Diagnostics
  • 01.01.13  Other diagnostic equipment

Other diagnostic equipment

Our products

Product category: Instruments and apparatus for ocular diagnosis

Visiolite Essential

Driven by its ergonomic remote-control and user-friendly “1 click 1 test”, this model is used for quick and reliable screening of the most common visual problems.

Test time: 2-3 minutes
Guarantee: 2 years
Adapted to wearers of progressive lenses
Lit by LEDs for an unlimited lifespan, without yellowing of the band
Sensitive detector to ensure correct head position
Uses different acuity charts to prevent memorisation of tests
Lightweight and inclines for ease of transport and patient adaptation
No intermediate buttons
Parameter distances (far, intermediate and near vision)
Parameter luminosity (high and low photopic, mesopic)

Visual acuity: letters, numbers, Landolt rings
Red/green duochrome
Vertical and horizontal phorias
Ishihara-type colour test
Horizontal, vertical and nasal visual field

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Product category: Other diagnostic equipment

Spirolyser Q13 USB

The Spirolyser Q13® is a computerised spirometer using single-use FLEISCH type sensors (patented technology). It is intended for use by health professionals. With its "NO CONTACT NO RISK" design, the Spirolyser® Q13® does not require calibration or disinfection.

Each single-use Qflow® sensor is individually packaged in a pre-cut and printed sachet. The operator’s hands never come into direct contact with the sensor. Thanks to an innovative ejection system, the used sensor is ejected after the test.

Spirowin® Expert Software
Professional, intuitive and user-friendly interface
Performs spirometry tests such as Slow Vital Capacity, Forced Vital Capacity, Maximal Voluntary Ventilation ...
Displays predicted values: CECA (ECCS), KNUDSON, ITS, POLGAR, NHANES III
Connects to most software packages currently on the market
PDF Export
Interpretation help
Fun incitation Videos
Displays volume/time curve in real time (only on FVC graph)
Indicates lung age
Compares tests
Secured database

FIM Medical Expertise
In order to reduce the risk of cross-contamination between patients, the Spirolyser® Q13® as well as the Qflow® have been designed using innovative technology.

Bacteriological laboratory tests show that, with the internal design of the product, associated with the design of the Qflow® sensor, there is virtually no risk (99.999%) of cross-contamination between patients if the Qflow® sensor is changed between each patient.

Single-use FLEISCH sensors
Singl-use nose-clip

Delivered with...
Spirolyser® Q13® spirometer
2 single-use FLEISCH sensors
CD containing Spirowin Expert
User licence for one workstation
User Manual on the CD
Calibration certificate

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About us

Company details

FIM Medical was created in 1986 by Eric Derei. A skilled electrician, the company director understood that the development of screening and diagnosis for preventive medicine required modern tools using electronic and computerised technology.

As such, spirometric, audiometric and vision screening devices, as well as analyses of biological parameters, quickly became more powerful and precise. The introduction of digital technology into these devices brought users a multitude of advantages that would help elevate preventive medicine to an extraordinary level of quality.

Today, smaller and portable instruments, connected to computers, measure, analyse, diagnose, print, record and transmit, via a simple computer tool, all the information requested on a patient file software.

Back in 1986, spirometric tests (volumetric) were performed throughout the day and calculated, then analysed after consultations. Today, the laptop is used as a measuring instrument, transporting the biomedical data of every patient (or placing data on a network).

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