Health Care Equipment & Services
Asian Centre For Liver Diseases and Transplantation (AJJ) was established in 1993. Today it is one of Asia's foremost Liver Centre with a dedicated Liver Ward and Intensive Care Unit to complement its highly successful Living Donor Liver Transplant (LDLT) Program. ACLDT is led by renowned liver transplant surgeon, Dato Dr Tan Kai Chah. He is supported by a multidisciplinary team of specialized physicians and surgeons. Investors can trade Asian Centre For Liver Diseases and Transplantation shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
RTL Corporation (RTL) provides low cost, easy to use, automatically retractable syringes worldwide. RTL has a number of patented products and technologies for syringes including the RiTract Safety Syringe and the Needlesleeve Safety Needle. You can trade RTL shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
RTL was listed on the Australian stock market in December 2003. The company works in partnership with several organisations to improve education about the correct handling and use of syringes. RTL was renamed to its current name in May 2008.
Uscom (UCM) operates in the development and supply of medical equipment. The company has developed and manufactured a device, the USCOM Monitor, that provides an alternative to existing invasive and expensive methods of cardiac output measurement. The company has patented the product in Australia and the US. UCM shares are traded on the Australian stock market.
Universal Biosensors (UBI) is a specialist medical diagnostics company focused on the development, manufacture and commercialisation of a range in vitro diagnosis tests for use in a variety of point-of-care settings. In vitro diagnostic testing involves the testing of a body fluid or tissue sample outside the body. The company is based in Melbourne, Australia. UBI shares are traded on the Australian stock market.
TSV Holdings (TSH) is a communications companies with two main business divisions. Tecsound is a supplier, distributor and installer of electronic communications systems, audiovisual equipment and electronic security products to quick service restaurants, retailers and transportation hubs. Calltec Victoria and Amatec Queensland specialises in communication systems for the health and aged care industry.
Sunshine Heart (SHC) is a global medical device company committed to the commercialisation of C-Pulse™, an implantable, non-blood-contacting heart-assist therapy for the treatment of moderate heart failure, a condition where the heart progressively loses its ability to efficiently pump blood throughout the body. Major positive development has been US Food and Drug Administration recent approval (12 Sep 08) to conduct a 20-patient US feasibility trial of C-Pulse commencing this quarter.
SomnoMed (SOM) focuses on the development and commercialisation of treatments for people who suffer from snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). The company makes a custom-made splint, which is similar to a mouth guard, that the sufferer wears while sleeping.
Safety Medical Products (SFP) is engaged in the development of a range of safety and retractable syringes and has entered into a Strategic Alliance Agreement with Exelint International Co. of the USA for the manufacture and production of the Securetouch safety syringe in Korea, and for the exclusive sale and distribution of the product in the US, Japan, Germany and the UK. The company also holds the rights to the technology and product known as Meditag, a temperature control product.
Resonance Health (RHT) is an Australian healthcare company developing and commercialising magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) related diagnostic technologies. RHT's first product, FerriScan, is a non-invasive MRI based test, allowing measurement of iron levels in the liver. The FerriScan test involves an MRI scan followed by secure transmission of the images via the internet to RHT's analysis centre from anywhere in the world. The test requires no new equipment purchase by MRI centres.
Austofix Group (AYX) manufactures and designs orthopaedic medical devices and implants with a particular focus on public health care issues and trauma predisposed by osteoporosis. It is one of a few Australian companies that can take a new device concept, develop it and turn it into a fully commercialised product that meets regulatory approval for distribution around the world.
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