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WE’VE MOVED!

Dear customers, business partners and suppliers, more space for ideas, projects and products – PHACON has moved. You can find us here: PHACON GmbH Druckereistrasse 11 04159 Leipzig – GERMANY All phone numbers and email addresses are still valid. We ask you to adapt our address in your system accordingly and we look forward to […]

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Remote COVID sample collection training

The PHACON PHACON COVID Assistant is a safe and effective way to educate proper technique of sample collection. The PHACON COVID Assistant sets up in minutes and offers identical human anatomy.  The design offers a solution for remote training without the use of PPE’s. In conjunction with the soon PHACON E-Learning Platform your participants can […]

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PHACON launches new product!

With the PHACON Lower Leg Patient “Herrmann” you get a realistic, location-independent method for training on the lower leg. To find out more about our new product, click here.

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We continue working! Even in this situation there are no delivery delays.

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PHACON at AAO-HNSF in New Orleans, USA | Booth 547

Come and meet us at AAO-HNSF (American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery) in New Orleans, USA. From September, 13th to 18th, PHACON is presenting their latest products to visitors from around the world. Come and test our latest products at booth 547. We look forward to seeing you there.

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(Deutsch) PHACON Trainer im WORLD HEARING CENTER – Polen

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“I have conducted several temporal bone dissection workshops using cadaver material. Now that we are training people with the Phacon model, especially for Cochlear Implant Surgery, I find the experience, the feel of the bone and anatomical landmark recognition to be as close to cadaver material as one can hope to get. I would strongly […]

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