Distribution Range

AMA Medical Products are the exclusive distributor for a number of international based manufacturers.  All products are available within key geographical regions and represented by an experienced network of distribution partners that share the same value drivers as AMA Medical products.


The key companies and the medical products represented by AMA Medical products are as follows:




Type: Diagnostic Capital Equipment

Regions: Australia, New Zealand & Pacific Islands


The EDAN range of products includes vital signs monitors, patient monitors, foetal dopplers, foetal & maternal monitors, pulse oximeters, PC based resting & stress ECG and Colposcopes.


View the Edan product catalogue


Contact AMA Medical Products on +61 8 9273 3022 or via sales@amawa.com.au for the key supplier in your area.






Type: Wearable Wireless Sensor Technology


The Nuubo nECG system is a revolutionary cardiac monitoring solution that can be used basic screening, in place of holter monitoring, cardiac rehabilitation and in sports medicine.
The platform allows for the capture of a dynamic ECG via an innovative system that incorporates 3 key elements. It is cost-effective, wearable, able to be used remotely, continuous and non-invasive. In addition, this same system can be used simultaneously for both individuals and large numbers of patients.


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Type: Osteoporosis Assessment and Monitoring


The MiniOmni is ideal for any physician office or medical clinic; any pharmacy, annual check-up centre or other retail venue. Roughly the size and weight of a hardcover book, the cost-effective Sunlight MiniOmni connects via USB to a desktop or laptop computer, allowing patient assessment to begin within minutes.


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