GP Nord Ltd
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Gastroenteroloģijas Kongress

GP Nord at XI Latvian Gastroenterology Congress

Pharmaceutical wholesaler GP Nord participated for the first time with its stand in the XI Latvian Gastroenterology Congress with International participation, which took place on December 9. At this event, GP Nord not only presented Nutrego and Testera products, but also made contacts with professionals and congress participants.

The sales manager Edgars Bružiks represented the GP Nord team at the booth. He shared information and answered questions about our clinical nutrition products and health self-tests. Edgar’s presence gave the participants the opportunity to personally learn about the benefits and applications of our products in various health conditions.

Nutrego’s clinical nutrition, which includes high-quality clinical nutritional products, was especially highlighted because of its wide application in the field of gastroenterology. These products are designed to help patients with a variety of health conditions, including the elderly, cancer patients, and those with eating disorders. Since the composition of Nutrego products is carefully selected, they can serve both as a complete diet and as an additional source of nutrition. The wide range of products with different flavors ensures that they are not only useful, but also tasty.

Tester health self-tests, which GP Nord also included in its offer at the congress, offer a convenient and confidential way to monitor health at home. With various tests such as vitamin D, H. pylori antigen and pregnancy test, Testera gives you the opportunity to detect potential health problems early.

GP Nord is pleased to take part in such events where we can share our product innovations and contribute to better patient health. The GP Nord team is very grateful to everyone who visited our stand, expressed interest in our products or simply came to talk.

The event is organized by: Gastroenterology Support Association and Association of Digestive Diseases

Gastroenteroloģijas Kongress