Experienced throughout human history, epidemic diseases such as plague, cholera, smallpox, Spanish flu, bird flu, swine flu, SARS, MERS have adversely affected civilizations. For example, The Spanish Flu, which was experienced between 1918 and 1920, caused the deaths of approximately 50 million people because the medical facilities and protective measures and equipment were not sufficient under the conditions of that day. The world met with the SARS virus in 2003 and the MERS virus in 2012.
Vaccines or treatment methods have not yet been found to prevent these two deadly diseases, but these epidemics have been prevented thanks to the protective equipment produced through the developing technology. Finally, the coronavirus pandemic that broke out last December caused millions of people to get sick and approximately 1.5 million people to die. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, materials such as surgical masks, protective clothing, visors, hygienic gloves, disinfectants, and thermometers have become an integral part of our lives, perhaps only used and needed by healthcare professionals.
Pandemic World Expo Medical and Hygienic Products, Technologies, Service and Accessories Fair, Required for Protection and Fight Against from the Epidemic Diseases will be the first exhibition on its field in Turkey and in the world, which will introduce various kinds of medicinal products and technology used in the fight against epidemic diseases.