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Surgical Innovations Group Plc LSE:SUN London Ordinary Share GB0004016704 ORD 1P
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  0.00 0.0% 3.25 3.20 3.30 3.25 3.25 3.25 55,078 08:00:00
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Health Care Equipment & Services 6.3 -3.3 -0.4 - 30

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11/6/2021
14:52
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-57435683.amp
jmf69
10/6/2021
18:36
BBC News - Hospital waiting list tops 5m in Englandhttps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-57419504
jmf69
30/5/2021
23:29
-------- How many new Surgical Units are needed to play catch up ? --------- In America work is already being done regarding making operating rooms fit for pandemic purpose and the adoption of robotic surgery htTps://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/05/health/operating-rooms-change-technology.html The USA cost of building a new operating room alone can cost from $1 million to $3 million per surgical suite it should be noted, new equipment and new technologies are driving the designs of the OR's. This should be the driver for the UK model Five O/R's per surgical unit and 50 Recovery Beds --- all supplied with dual new clean systems ( one of which can supply the unit in the event of a breakdown/maintenance work on the other) OR's need to be positive air pressure for the treatment of non covid patients hTtps://www.apsf.org/article/recommendations-for-or-ventilation-during-the-sars-cov-2-pandemic-staying-positive/ But with negative pressure areas also provided to minimize contamination spread These clean air systems would use modern disinfection UVC technology within the ducting to kill all pathogens including any type of coronavirus and provide clean safe air to breathe for patients and staff HEPA and MERV filters have been proved to NOT be enough to prevent the Covid-19 virus from circulating within hospital HVAC systems. Such surgical units fitted with robotic capability as well as laparoscopic traditional and MIS would imo cost around 50M each For 1 Billion you would get 20 such units per year ( 1000 beds ) and realistically be able to perform surgery 3 times a day per OR on a continuous round the clock basis ie 15 patients per day or circa 100 patients per week Thus in a 52 weeks 5,200 patients treated per unit One can see that 20 such units would only perform surgery on 104,000 patients max With a growing backlog of 440,000 patients now requiring surgery, buywell would suggest a minimum of 100 such units should be planned for .and built as quick as possible 5 years at 20 per year is 3 years too long as Covid-19 does not wait for any man There will be additional operations needed for long COVID organ damaged patients and obesity related diseased patients --- such new surgical units will always be kept busy in the future. imo dyor
buywell2
30/5/2021
22:39
The Royal College of Surgeons have recommended the setting up of new Surgical Hubs separate from Hospitals that treat Covid-19 infections so that they can operate even in the face of a pandemic surge. The RCS have also recommended : The adoption of the most efficient use of new technologies to support tackling the backlog buywell believes that only the widespread adoption of robotic surgery in these new surgical hubs can safely carry out the work involved in order to cope with the huge growing backlog of people needed surgery Training in the use of such robotic surgery should NOW be taking place so as to support this obvious requirement. Surgeons are not robots --- overwork and stress will see many suffer medical issues themselves --- NHS staff are leaving and many are planning to leave the NHS htTps://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/nhs-covid-pandemic-doctors-hospital-government-b932952.html hTtps://www.personneltoday.com/hr/third-of-nurses-plan-to-quit-nhs-in-emerging-crisis/ hTtps://healthcareandprotection.com/surgical-hubs-and-5bn-needed-to-clear-colossal-nhs-backlog-rcs/ Since the start of this pandemic the number of people waiting for OVER A YEAR for NHS treatment has risen by a staggering 18, 500 % Or put another way has gone up by 185 fold Without such measures being undertaken as outlined by the RCS , the numbers waiting for NHS treatment for over 1 year will be even greater by the time of the next election A wait till 2030 for 40 new Hospitals is too long and will imo NOT make us ready for the next pandemic to follow this one hTtps://www.gov.uk/government/news/pm-confirms-37-billion-for-40-hospitals-in-biggest-hospital-building-programme-in-a-generation Circa 4 Billion for 40 Hospitals equates to 100 Million per Hospital Specialist Surgical Hubs purely built in order to undertake surgeries ---- should come in at a fraction of that figure and be able to be built much much faster to undertake an evident need now. The numbers of beds in such units need to double the present ICU bed number of less than 5,000 Hence the numbers of units can easily be calculated as say 1 new surgical unit with a 50 bed capacity equals 100 new units which can then be networked into geographical 'surgical hubs' Overwork and health concerns are also making GP's look to pack it in and take early retirement Who can blame them --- would you like to keep seeing potentially Covid-19 infected people in a small room around 50 times a day minimum --- many of which will be coughing/sneezing and wanting to be examined at close quarters ? The backlog of untreated patients is making GP's jobs very very difficult and as it stands things are going to get worse not better as untreated patients keep going back to their GP's to queue with new patients wanting treatment hTtps://www.gponline.com/one-three-gps-plan-early-retirement-pandemic-workload-toll/article/1714669 dyor imo
buywell2
29/5/2021
10:26
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/misery-millions-patients-forced-wait-24209534
jmf69
28/5/2021
22:41
The Royal College of Surgeons have made recommendations to the Government in order to prevent the present backlog of over 400,000 operations from becoming an insurmountable obstacle with the present NHS infrastructure and technologies that are in place, the RCS call it : -------------------- A New Deal for Surgery -------------------- Overview The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on NHS surgical services in England. All elective (planned) surgery was cancelled in the first wave and many surgical teams were redeployed to help treat COVID-19 patients. Latest figures show the largest ever recorded NHS waiting list in England of 4.95 million people, including more than 430,000 waiting over a year. In addition, there is a ‘hidden waiting list’ of people who have not yet come forward or who have not yet been referred for hospital treatment. Estimates vary, but could mean the waiting list growing to a figure of 9.7 million by 2023/24. buywell says: Good on them They are the poor schmucks that have to deal with the problem along with the nurses and other NHS staff struggling to cope in this pandemic . Any minister or MP with half a brain can see that we are and have been operating in crisis mode in the NHS for the last 12 months. Even the ICU nurse that treated and helped save the life of boris has had enough and has quit to take up similar work in the Caribbean citing a number of reasons as to why. It does NOT take a degree rocket science to understand what Her Majesty the Queen said : "My Ministers will bring forward legislation to empower the NHS to innovate and embrace technology." So the Royal College of Surgeons have come up with a list of recommendations , a plan which they want the Government to use so they can be given the chance to cope with the present dismal situation. hTtps://www.rcseng.ac.uk/about-the-rcs/government-relations-and-consultation/position-statements-and-reports/action-plan-for-england/ The plan is laid out in detail and all that needs to be done is for those in power to listen and adopt it. Much of it is plain common sense The RCS have used such IMO if one adopts the rationale that Covid-19 variants are now likely to persist --- changing in a way that leads to a new dominant strain occurring roughly every 6 months (as has been and is happening) --- then one can see the need for ALL of the 12 key points outlined in the RCS plan to be adopted quickly. It means the Government spending some monies ie: Continue the £1bn annual ‘Elective Recovery Fund’ for England for a further five years to tackle the elective surgical backlog.at least 1 Billion a year for the next 5 years Another virus Pandemic coming within the present term in office of this incumbent government is imo highly likely . At this point in time the 430,000 patient backlog awaiting surgery PROVES that we are not prepared to cope with the present one ----- let alone another one. God forbid that we do not get two at once --- which unfortunately is now a possibility IMO DYOR
buywell2
28/5/2021
07:06
BBC News - Covid: Surgery waiting times could be cut with specialist hubs, say surgeonshttps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-57277793
jmf69
13/5/2021
22:58
https://westbridgfordwire.com/funding-for-nottingham-and-nottinghamshire-health-system-to-fast-track-non-urgent-care/
jmf69
13/5/2021
22:57
https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/bristol-hospitals-operate-evenings-weekends-5409804
jmf69
11/5/2021
21:13
Her Majesty said : "My Ministers will bring forward legislation to empower the NHS to innovate and embrace technology."
buywell2
10/5/2021
21:44
The Global Surgical Robot market has been reported to reach US $14.4 Billion by 2026 at a CAGR of close to 18% --- a high growth area to be plugged into . Growth that is being attributed to bariatric surgery and hernia repair and many other specialies BUT also along with other areas of surgery including open surgery which buywell believes Robots and SUN will move into ie to increase market share of the whole as much as is possible by cherry picking the most suitable cherries. See these testimonial videos: hTtps://www.distalmotion.com/testimonials/ It is obvious that surgeons that have used Dexter love the system for a variety of reasons They ALL see the increased uptake of Robotic Surgery for many other areas of Surgery where it is NOT used mainly due to cost Dexter should change this And SUN now have a few irons in that fire The Dexter deal which imo is about to bear fruit plus IMO SUN are going to make Surgical Instruments for other Surgical Robotics manufacturers --- see previous posts buywell also believes there might at least one new and novel surgical instrument in the pipeline having done some midnight oil burning research recently --- that they are keeping under wraps at the moment --- probably due to competitors. imo dyor
buywell2
10/5/2021
17:06
https://www.linkedin.com/posts/distalmotion_hybrid-robotics-with-dexter-opening-entire-activity-6797545999717027841-PNrf
jmf69
07/5/2021
09:25
Golden cross on it's way
jmf69
07/5/2021
08:49
https://www.prnewswire.co.uk/news-releases/surgical-robots-market-worth-14-4-billion-by-2026-exclusive-report-by-marketsandmarkets-tm--896279797.html
jmf69
05/5/2021
23:09
boris has done well with his UK vaccine strategy and the EU is envious of the position the UK is now in htTps://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/05/03/barnier-concedes-uk-vaccine-success-shows-easier-act-alone-eu/ boris has said the money is there to do this , but now a strategy to achieve the outcome is needed that addresses the issues of a 4.7 Million backlog of people waiting for treatment and over 400,000 people waiting for surgery/operations. htTps://www.ft.com/content/034b77b5-ec27-4c7c-8fc9-2dbbe2d27e70 There is also a growing problem with knackered nurses and doctors in the NHS after coping with wave after wave of Covid cases, many want to work less hours and/or leave hTtps://www.msn.com/en-gb/health/medical/up-to-half-of-nhs-doctors-plan-to-work-fewer-hours-poll-reveals/ar-BB1gjud6?ocid=uxbndlbing This means a strategy must be found to carry out this huge backlog of 400,000 operations whilst losing doctors(surgeons) and NHS nurses along the way The use of more laparoscopic operations and robotic surgery to do such operations is IMHO one major initiative that could help now and into the future. New clinics/ICU's/OR's that can cope/protect against pandemic viruses are needed going forwards also --- so that we do not get into this mess again , come the next pandemic. However something MUST be done urgently that directly addresses the problems of the now proven links between overweight/obese people AND Covid-19 A new study has now shown that even being overweight is now a high risk factor regarding Covid-19 hTtps://www.msn.com/en-gb/health/familyhealth/new-study-shows-severe-covid-in-younger-people-could-be-explained-by-obesity/ar-BB1gfhBX?ocid=BingNewsSearch "Our study shows that even very modest excess weight is associated with greater risks of severe Covid-19 complications and the risks rise sharply as BMI increases" htTps://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/people-england-nhs-b932443.html AND worse still : The study published in The Lancet Diabetes And Endocrinology found that the effect of excess weight on the risk of severe disease was greatest in people aged 20 to 39 year of age. Thus far younger people had been though to be a less risk from Covid-19 but now things have changed So in light of the above it is frightening when one reads government published statistics that show around 70% of people in the above age group are either overweight or obese in the UK NOW hTtps://commonslibrary.parliament.uk/research-briefings/sn03336/ The logic is clear If you reduce peoples weight/obesity then you reduce both Covid-19 cases and the severity of Covid-19 outcomes Laparascopic operations paid for by the government should be offered by the NHS to people that are obese BMI of 30 and above and wish to have one Why ? a) Because it both will reduce spread of the virus , another study on this thread proved that obese people are super-spreaders in terms of their aerosol output ( they breathe in/out more often) b) The ongoing costs associated with long COVID and people that have had severe symptoms from catching Covid-19 ( circa double or greater regards obese patients) are going to be huge , thus mitigation measures are needed now hTtps://www.nature.com/articles/s41574-020-00462-1
buywell3
05/5/2021
22:29
Some crazy people out there
jmf69
05/5/2021
22:25
WHAT MORON WOULD THREATEN TO CUT OFF JERSEYS POWER SUPPLY? THERE IS MORE TO THIS THAN MEETS THE EYE...THE POWERS THAT BE KNOW THAT WE ARE HEADING INTO ANOTHER GRAND SOLAR MINIMUM AND KNOW THAT A CORONAL MASS EJECTION IS HIGHLY LIKELY SOON WHICH COULD KNOCK OUT PARTS OF THE ELECTRICAL GRID...SO ARE THEY GOING TO USE JERSEY FOR AN EXPERIMENT TO SEE HOW THE POPULATION REACT TO NO POWER?
johncasey
29/4/2021
22:37
Sells going through above the mid price today
jmf69
15/4/2021
23:00
Boris is saying the NHS will get whatever it needs to clear the backlog Since you can't magic more surgeons and nurses --- Robotics and the use of AI and Telemedicine look set to be pushed forwards Plus NEW designated and separate OR's and ICU's for backlog treatment ---- away from Covid-19 Areas Made to cope with keeping pandemic viruses out So they can carry on working throughout as best as possible hTtps://news.sky.com/story/boris-johnson-has-no-doubt-record-4-7m-nhs-treatment-list-backlog-can-be-tackled-12276297
buywell3
15/4/2021
22:59
https://www.nationalhealthexecutive.com/articles/molnlycke-elective-care-surgery-backlog
jmf69
15/4/2021
10:00
BBC News - 4.7 million waiting for operations in Englandhttps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-56752599
jmf69
13/4/2021
23:12
Is NHS Wales going to beat NHS England to place the first Dexter order ? Professor Kingsley Ekwueme @DaUroKing Replying to Pete_Gorham @MedTechStrat and @Distalmotion It was so much fun on Distalmotion Dexter Robot in Strasbourg. To have been invited to try this engineering masterpiece is a privilege. Can't wait to see it in my OR Professor Kingsley Ekwueme@DaUroKing Consultant Urological & Robotic Surgeon | Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board | Glan Clwyd Hospital (YGC) | Clinical Lead YGC | Secretary Welsh Urology. Professor Kingsley Ekwueme @DaUroKing ยท Apr 1 2021 Today is a good day. Just taken possession of our brand new OR theatre at Glan Clwyd. I believe its 1st of its kind in Wales and one of a few in UK. Ready for my 1st Laparoscopic Prostatectomy in this amazing theatre today. Dreams do come true. Thanks @AngeJ2019 and my team Clapping hands sign buywell has noted an increase in the numbers of cancer types that can now be treated using robotic surgery --- a list that looks imo set to get ever longer dyor
buywell2
12/4/2021
17:33
Been a good rise since the results were announced last month and plenty of buying. Long may it continue. Gla.
jmf69
12/4/2021
09:12
Good start to the week, plenty of buying this morning
jmf69
09/4/2021
09:12
Up to 3p now. Break through this and next stop is 4p
jmf69
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