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Surgical Innovations Group Plc LSE:SUN London Ordinary Share GB0004016704 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10 -3.51% 2.75 2.60 2.90 2.85 2.75 2.85 1,186,904 09:29:15
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Health Care Equipment & Services 6.3 -3.3 -0.4 - 26

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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 · 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
09/4/2021
00:42
With Ref to: March 26th 2021 NHS trusts will be given cash incentives to raise the number of elective surgeries as part of an £8.1 billion scheme to get the health service back up to speed. From April NHS trusts in England will receive more money if they carry out more than 70 per cent of their pre-Covid elective, or non-emergency, activity. The threshold rises to 75 per cent in May, 80 per cent in June and 85 per cent from July to September. The extra funding will be put towards elective surgery, officials say. --------------------------------------------- In order to make meaningful headway into such a massive backlog of elective surgeries that grow ever bigger by the day As monies have been made available , then so the scene is set imo for the leasing of a considerable number of Dexter Robots at a 90% saving on buying such machines from the USA This would be imo cost around 100K per machine per year or put another way 10 Dexter Robots could be put to work for less than 1 American made robot and thus do 10 times as many operations hence reducing the backlog in a tenth of the time. It will be interesting to see what the next RNS brings , as the number of possible permutations are growing due to so many things happening .
buywell2
07/4/2021
22:47
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-56664040
jmf69
07/4/2021
18:25
I never went back to the company for an answer but 1000 ops at £100 per tray is 100k as I said and not 10k as stated.Not to mention the UK's Largest private hospital group were due to trial products from April in a £16m sustainability drive.There are plenty of other positives and hopefully the sun will rise. Keeping covid-19 under control will be the key. I'm fully loaded and ready for the recovery. Gla.
jmf69
07/4/2021
18:01
Hey JMF69 - share price up 10% today. Did you find the answer to your sustainability value per account conversion and you haven’t told us, just stocked-up!? 😁 There looks to be a lot of money that will be directed towards reducing the waiting list once Covid is in its box. 3p might seem a bargain this time next year.
xylemflow
06/4/2021
23:09
One would imagine that staff at Surgical Innovations (and Elemental Healthcare) are being kept busy and as the next months go by will have to start doing shift work as elective surgeries ramp up fast The vaccine program in the UK has thus far been a success imo Whilst it continues then the current backlog needs clearing ASAP hence : March 26th 2021 NHS trusts will be given cash incentives to raise the number of elective surgeries as part of an £8.1 billion scheme to get the health service back up to speed. From April NHS trusts in England will receive more money if they carry out more than 70 per cent of their pre-Covid elective, or non-emergency, activity. The threshold rises to 75 per cent in May, 80 per cent in June and 85 per cent from July to September. The extra funding will be put towards elective surgery, officials say.
buywell2
30/3/2021
15:04
http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/news/2021/03/30/how-has-covid-19-affected-small-pharma/
jmf69
30/3/2021
10:49
Q11: For the sustainability initiatives, for example the 3x uni hospitals converted - how much does a hospital conversation mean in terms of revenue and profitability?
jmf69
30/3/2021
10:41
There was a question in the investor presentation about how much revenue for each of the 3 hospitals currently converted in the UK. The answer was obviously depending on which instruments they take but for a typical lap cholecystectomy would be about 1000 procedures annually with each lap cholecystectomy kit costing £100. The answer was given as £10k plus other items added in leading to £25k to £30k.For anyone with a gcse in maths 100 × 1000 =100000 = 100k.So each hospital would be 100k for the lap cholecystectomy kits over the year and not 10k as answered. I was just listening to the q&a section again. Gla.
jmf69
27/3/2021
19:20
http://www.investormeetcompany.com/investor/meeting/full-year-results-for-the-year-ended-31st-december-2020Presentation and Q&A now available to view.If the vaccine rollout continues at pace and is effective then I believe we are in for a good year. Gla.
jmf69
26/3/2021
08:35
Buywell, thank you for your long and informative post. Very interesting. There is no doubt that green issues are insanely topical at the moment and for the fireable future they will only become more important. I agree with your conclusion. All SUN needs now are some patients!
xylemflow
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