Health Care Equipment & Services
Allied Healthcare Group (AHZ) is a healthcare company involved in the research and development and commercialisation of new medical devices and technologies. The Company focuses on commercializing tissue engineering technology for use in cardiovascular and soft tissue repair surgery. AHZ comprises four businesses: Coridon; Celxcel; Allied Medical Ltd; and Medevco. Allied Healthcare Group was listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on 24 March 2004.
Reva Medical (RVA) is dedicated to developing minimally invasive medical devices that leverage the Company's proprietary biomaterial and stent technologies to improve the treatment of disease. Guided by a management team and scientific advisors with extensive product development and clinical interventional cardiology experience, REVA's initial focus is the development of an innovative drug-eluting bioresorbable coronary stent and the commencement of clinical studies that will advance the treatment of coronary artery disease.
Leaf Energy (LER) is involved in the growth, harvesting, refinement, promotion and sale of Natural betaCarotene. It grows the micro-bacteria Dunaliella Sallina as a natural source of betaCarotene. BetaCarotene is used as a colouring in food and cosmetics, and a nutritional supplement in human and animal supplements. In addition to bulk selling the product the company intends to produce its own range of cosmetics. LER is also investigating potential mining opportunities on its land holdings.
Pulse Health (PHG) is one of Australia’s leading private healthcare operators. The growth and success has been achieved by meeting the needs of the communities they serve, through the provision of quality care and creating the opportunity for staff to work in a professional and productive environment. Pulse Health will continue its push into the market by assisting doctors and staff to deliver quality care to patients; underpinned by responsible financial and commercial management, allowing selective strategic growth in key areas.
Brain Resource (BRC) is an international brain service company. It has developed a non-invasive method of diagnosing brain function disorders with the help of a computer software that analyses the patterns of electrical activity generated in a patient's brain in comparison with the patterns generated in brains of healthy individuals. BRC was listed on the Australian stock market in August 2001. Its headquarters are situated in Sydney. The company is an advanced business partner of IBM. BRC was renamed to its current name in May 2008.
Unilife (UNS) is a U.S. based medical device company focused on the design, development, manufacture and supply of a proprietary range of retractable syringes. Primary target customers for their products include pharmaceutical manufacturers, suppliers of medical equipment to healthcare facilities and patients who self-administer prescription medication. All of their syringes incorporate automatic and fully-integrated safety features which are designed to protect those at risk of needlestick injuries and unsafe injection practices.
Tango Petroleum (TNP) has entered into a farmout agreement with Pass Petroleum LLC (a company registered in California) ("Pass Petroleum") pursuant to which Pass Petroleum granted to the Company the exclusive right to earn a 30% working interest in the Amazon Prospect located in Acadia Parish, Louisiana, United States of America (Amazon Prospect) and the option to earn a 30% working interest in another oil and gas prospect located in Acadia Parish, Louisiana, United States of America (Thames Prospect).
Provet Holdings (PVT) is constantly evolving through focussed efforts on strategic imperatives aimed at accelerating innovation, capitalising on competitive advantages and creating new directions in veterinary logistics, practice management and training. Their plans to transform Provet capitalise on their new strengths - their size, reach, knowledge of the veterinary practice and unmatched resources in logistics. Investors can trade Provet Holdings shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
Medical Australia (MLA) is an Australian listed company committed to excellence, quality and innovation in healthcare through the acquisition and growth of both new and established Australian companies. Company are focused on the manufacture and delivery of quality medical devices and equipment for the healthcare industry that deliver superior outcomes for patients. Investors can trade Medical Australia shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
Heartware International (HIN) is a medical device company developing a family of implantable Left Ventricular Assist Devices ("LVADs") for the treatment of advanced heart failure. The Company is listed on both the Nasdaq Stock Market and the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). HeartWare common shares trade on Nasdaq under the symbol "HTWR". HeartWare CDIs (Chess Depository Interests) trade on ASX under the symbol "HIN". Each common share on Nasdaq is equivalent to 35 CDIs on ASX.
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