Health Care Equipment & Services
Portland Orthopaedics (PLD) is an innovative developer, manufacturer and distributor of a range of reconstructive orthopaedic devices, specifically focusing on joint replacement systems such as hips and knees. The company is headquartered in Matraville, New South Wales and has a sales office in Michigan, USA.
Portland was established in 1991 to commercialise its hip replacement system developed by Professor Ron Sekel. PLD listed on the Australian stockmarket (ASX) on 21 December, 2005.
PharmaNet Group (PNO) has a number of entities under its control that operate in the pharmaceutical industry. The principal activities of its entities within the consolidated entity are research, development, investment, distribution, marketing and sales of medical and paramedical products and manufacture and distribution of pharmaceutical products.
Pearl Healthcare (PHL) provides dental laboratory services and aims to deliver quality products for dental professionals. It has created a network of dental laboratories through the acquisition of established dental laboratories across Australia. Their products and services include crown and bridges, metal free restorations, implants, castings, denture prostethics, occlusal splints, mouthguards, anti snoring devices and orthodontic and orthopaedic appliances.
Optiscan Imaging (OIL) is a Melbourne-based, publicly listed Australian medical device company. The Optiscan Technology is a patented combination of optical fibre and laser technologies incorporated into miniaturised confocal microscopes. Optiscan's microscopes are small enough to fit inside the body and produce unique high magnification, high resolution, digital images of intact living tissue in real time for the detection of pathological changes. These images assist clinicians with identification of treatment options and enable improved patient outcomes.
Occupational and Medical Innovations Limited (OMI) is involved in the development and manufacturing of safety equipment for the medical industry. OMI's core products include, a retractable safety syringe, a needle sheath, a safety scalpel, safety canula and canula valve.
NSL Consolidated (NSL) focuses on the distribution of biotechnology products. The company was formally involved in research and development of drug and biological agents but has shifted it operations to act as a distribution company for other medical technology companies. The company was listed on the Australian stockmarket (ASX) in February 1998. Its head office is situated Toorak, Victoria.
Nanosonics (NAN) is a technology driven company that is commercialising innovative and unique customer focused disinfection solutions. The Company's unique disinfection and sterilisation technologies provide the ability to produce safe, non-toxic, fast and environmentally friendly solutions that are able to kill the most resilient microorganisms.
Medtech Global (MDG) is involved in the provision of efficient healthcare administration systems to minimise cost and improve the quality of healthcare in metropolitan, rural or remote areas. Its products include RX Integrated Clinical, Medical Windows Integrated Clinical and Rx Enterprise (powered by EHR Link).
Medivac (MDV) is an Australian health care equipment and services company in the business of supplying patented clinical and sharps waste sterilisation technology, associated consumables and in house clinical education modules to health and aged care; along with commercialising other aligned, innovative technologies and forming strategic alliances to develop complementary business units in the global health and aged care market.
Medigard (MGZ) is an Australian company providing a range of safety medical devices which guard medical staff and the public against the risk of needlestick injury. Needlestick injury is of particular concern to healthcare workers that are exposed to patients with high risk bloodborne diseases such as HIV-Aids and Hepatitis B and C. MGZ's retractable devices have been exclusively patented.
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