Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Deltex Medical Group LSE:DEMG London Ordinary Share GB0059337583 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 3.125p 3.00p 3.25p 3.125p 3.125p 3.125p 0 07:32:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 5.5 -2.5 -0.9 - 9.78

Deltex Medical Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/8/2017
12:37
Feb30 - You are so right about anaesthetic ignorance of individual postoperative outcomes - there are other factors too, but hopefully with the big volte-face from the NHS re data collection and availability and with the big trials coming on-line the message will underscore that measuring physiology, in selected patients, will become standard of care(and also how to give a decent anaesthetic). This bit may not land well with you - none of this is technology specific
myosite
22/8/2017
22:05
Tsh Tsh..... London medical training.... anaesthetists should know about clinical measurement - that said although I understand its more difficult to use, I hadn't appreciated that the Doppler was more expensive than Lidco or Edwards devices - did she get that bit wrong?
myosite
22/8/2017
22:02
vaiueman6, What you say illustrates the point that the benefits of CardioQ are not the concern of individual anesthetists - they can only be seen statistically. Yes, the statistics is showing huge benefits, in terms of reducing length of stay, etc, but that is, I think, of little interest to individual practitioners. What matters is the anesthetist not being seen to screw up during the operation. If the patient leaves hospital a day or two earlier or later, on the basis of whether a particular device is used, who cares?
february 30th
22/8/2017
20:23
How old was she and what were her vital statistics ? That is far more interesting re fluid imbalances
buywell3
22/8/2017
17:25
I spoke to an anaesthetist (she may have been a registrar) at one of the big London teaching hospitals over the weekend. I asked her if she'd heard of Oesophagal Doppler Monitoring and also whether they employ heamodynamic monitoring... To paraphrase...She said she was aware of it but it was very expensive so it would only be used for long complex operations e.g. heart surgery, transplants. She said a lot of procedures now were short and simple so they didn't really feel the need to monitor fluid balance (I think she meant that an imbalance for a short time wasn't considered impactful on the patient). Admittedly a sample of 1 but one could infer that the market (aneasthetists) wasn't exactly crying out for this technology --- which they would need to be for suppliers to sell it.
valueman6
22/8/2017
15:41
You have to change the management, wait two years, then ask them.
february 30th
22/8/2017
15:30
Ask the management
bigt20
22/8/2017
11:23
That's a very good question.
arf dysg
21/8/2017
20:30
And when is that going to happen ?
youwontripmeoffagain
21/8/2017
16:22
Profitses! My precious!
arf dysg
18/8/2017
19:21
DEMG needs to become cash generative. Simples!
bigt20
15/8/2017
09:32
Hi chrisdgb think 9p target is rose tinted, the only way the share price will get there short term is with a t.o. Nice to see a few small buys this morning think their keeping their trades small so as not to spook the share price lol. Dare I say we seem to have reached a bottom to build from?
gbenson1
15/8/2017
08:44
Equity Development DCF on the shares is 9.6p..........
chrisdgb
14/8/2017
16:18
New interview on directors talk, will take a listen tonight...........
chrisdgb
09/8/2017
14:48
yump, The holding RNSs were I think connected with the dilution caused by the recent fund-raising. In other words, I doubt any shares were sold.
february 30th
09/8/2017
14:01
Hopefully the 3 holdings RNS's reflect summer 'portfolio adjustments', rather than dumping, otherwise the share price will be down here for ever, although it wouldn't be the first time stakes in a company bore no relation to apparently improved prospects.
yump
09/8/2017
13:42
valueman6 (8959) "I do know that UK PCTs have been under tremedous pressure to cut costs which is perhaps leading to some 'crazy' decisions" It's this silo budgeting where they won't spend money on surgery because they see no benefit in surgery. They could save ten times the outlay in the recovery ward down the corridor, and the avoidance of later complications, but that's a different budget manager and they're not allowed to talk to each other. Ironically, I guess the same budget managers go home and make exactly the opposite decision: They spend money on double glazing, loft insulation and cavity-wall insulation (the capital budget) because it will save money forever on the heating bills (ongoing costs). In other words, they are quite capable of making the right decision (spend a bit now, save lots in the future) when they really care about the money.
arf dysg
09/8/2017
06:11
I'm a retired ex soldier living in the Sun, perhaps I should get out more, just made me chuckle after all the LID shareholders posting on here about how world breaking their techhnology is.
gbenson1
08/8/2017
19:30
Worrying about the destination of a few thousand pounds worth of LID shares doesn't strike me as being a profitable exercise, unless you yourself own the shares.
february 30th
08/8/2017
10:33
Thanks for your concern February 30th, but it's my most trusted tool, people putting money where their mouth is, unless your into CFDs or other financial instruments. Agree news is thin on the ground nothing's changed in 20 odd years, we just need a bottom to build from, hopefully 3.12 was it?
gbenson1
08/8/2017
10:15
gbenson1, Stop worrying about the trades. chrisdgb, You will almost never get contract news from Deltex - check the last 10 years of newsflow. What will move Deltex in the short term (say 6-12 months) will be a take over bid.
february 30th
08/8/2017
08:30
Hazarding a guess that whoever dumped 68k of LID @ 0900 hrs just switched into DEMG, question is for a quick buck or longhaul?
gbenson1
08/8/2017
08:26
More volume so far but disappointing we had to take it down to these levels, as always need some contract news...anything..!!
chrisdgb
07/8/2017
23:11
Well an interesting day, 2.3m bought and 1.2m sold net effect down 10%, but at least the volume is picking up, will it continue tomorrow?
gbenson1
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