Takeda Malaysia Sdn Bhd today launched TachoSil®, an innovative haemostat and sealant combination patch to help surgeons achieve treatment goals and deliver optimum patient care during surgery.
The media launch was held at Pullman Hotel, Bangsar and I was present to photograph the officiation ceremony in the presence of the press and major media publications from the healthcare industry.
I was actually quite thrilled to discover a distant relative of a loved one is a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) practitioner who owns a shop in Kuching, Malaysia. The traditional Chinese medicine outlet, also known as the Kok Ann medical store is located at No. 30, Ground Floor, Jln Carpenter, 93000 Kuching, Sarawak.
The notion of having the opportunity to get up close and personal with an old trade of many centuries in the face of modern healthcare practice is indeed exciting to say the least. So I found myself at the traditional Chinese medicine outlet with my faithful Fuji x100s.
The first test drive of the Fujifilm x100s in Bangkok last month proved to be a great ride. I was looking forward to replicating the experience this time around in my recent trip back to Cat city by using the camera to explore Kuching's rural areas. It was a laid back trip with no plans and just chilling.
Travelling has never been easier and this hassle-free without lugging along back-breaking DSLR equipment. I was using the x100s by taking slow and thoughtful snaps around a relative's house.