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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  0.00 0.0% 2.35 2.30 2.40 2.35 2.35 2.35 52,051 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 6.3 -3.3 -0.4 - 22

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/9/2021
10:14
I haven't a clue what they're up to but seeing as they champion resposability and surgical tooling, they already have tooling ip, and seeing that nothing will turn back the tide of robotic procedures, it wouldn't surprise me if they are investigating robotic tooling
mandate
24/9/2021
22:33
Will that have SUN owned IP attached to it ?
buywell3
24/9/2021
10:16
Hopefully they're working on resposable robotic tooling/standards
mandate
24/9/2021
07:11
buywell would like to see some new products coming to market and soon With the IP to go along with them SUN seems to have lost impetus regards new in house designed innovative products
buywell3
21/9/2021
23:03
A few years ago this was a speculative share with a lot of promise and I was fortunate to ride the wave when the share price climbed to 11p plus. Today I see it as a totally unexciting stock which is unlikely to provide any new investor(s) with a return on their investment. I had hoped that AMS would make an offer and relieve me of the remaining shares I hold in this company but I now think it unlikely.
john148
17/9/2021
21:00
I wasn't able to listen in live, but just listened to the recording. I thought it was comforting enough.
gnnmartin
16/9/2021
21:21
I thought it was good. Increasing penetration in USA. Winning new hospitals also new rf product on varicose veins to start selling in October targeting a 6m UK market.Lots going on.
jmf69
16/9/2021
17:25
Presentation just ended. Left me rather uninspired. Possible jam tomorrow. Don't think I'll be adding to my holding just yet .
kenone
15/9/2021
07:47
However there is a positive today from AMS regarding the glue gun that SUN make for them the LiquiBandFix8 The US clinical trial for LiquiBandFix8 (R) continues to progress well with completed patient procedure volumes now sufficient to prepare and submit the clinical module and Premarket Approval (PMA) filing on track for 2022 after the 12-month patient follow-up. AMS continues to be excited about the long-term prospects for the LiquiBandFix8(R) portfolio with entry into the US being a significant milestone for the Group.
buywell3
15/9/2021
07:09
Have to say buywell is disappointed in these results Moving to Leeds makes sense and should save cash USA orders did not come through as buywell hoped --- still these results are better than many smaller companies More work needed
buywell3
15/9/2021
00:29
dan de lion One would expect both an increasing uptake of MIS (keyhole surgery) within the NHS as data shows quicker freeing up of beds and less complications using it V open surgery Also an increasing uptake of Robotic Surgery by the NHS --- which if money is tight as seems to be the case = leasing the robots instead of buying them PLUS robots that allow seamless/speedy switching to manual use when the operator/surgeon wants so to do We have waited long and hard for Dexter to make his appearance He has the CE mark now So he needs to enter NHS stage right And gracefully take a bow JMF69 Results tomorrow indeed And imo they could surprise to the upside as operations in this half have in the main continued unabated for the most part albeit affected somewhat in America in some states where vaccination rates have been low over the last few weeks Never the less there might be the upside surprise of 5M with 6M perhaps given that recent USA Distributors will be stocking up and Japan seems to increasingly like SUN products One would imagine that 6M would push the share price to 4p pronto A RNS to announce the use of Dexter within the NHS for the first time should add imo another 2p on the share price the day it happens Hence it should NOT be included in any set of results --- which buywell is shure the new guys at the helm know A few more Distributor deals would not go amiss to keep any momentum gained buywell hopes for happy sunnier times dyor imo
buywell3
14/9/2021
16:56
Results tomorrow
jmf69
07/9/2021
23:39
Surely some of the cash being thrown at the NHS should eventually trickle down to SUN!
dan de lion
07/7/2021
10:11
The US clinical trial for LiquiBandFix8(R) continues to progress well with more than 80% of required patient procedures now complete and Premarket Approval (PMA) filing on track for 2022 after the 12 month patient follow up.Great news for us
jmf69
02/7/2021
15:32
'Positive' AGM statements all very encouraging, but have they made any actual new sales / contract wins recently ?
kenone
02/7/2021
15:29
Getting in need of a trading update . Looks like some getting concerned and selling out ? Biggish trade at 2.8 today.
kenone
23/6/2021
07:52
The NHS Backlog is TWICE as big as was thought with over 12 Million waiting for operations The health secretary yesterday “told hospitals to brace for a flood” of more than 12 million people in need of elective surgeries hTtps://www.theweek.co.uk/news/science-health/953208/nhs-facing-biggest-pressure-in-history-with-12-million-awaiting Working 7 day weeks and shifts the time to catch up on such a backlog will still take years to clear Experts at Swansea University Medical School and Queen Mary University of London compared 2020 hospital data for adults having surgery with the averages from the past four years to calculate the size of the surgical backlog, which “is likely to take many years to clear” More surgeons and more new surgeries MUST be created quickly to play catch up so as not to let matters get even worse More types of Laparoscopic surgeries and Robots performing same will help dyor
buywell2
22/6/2021
09:30
https://twitter.com/WalbrookPR/status/1407253364530888704?s=19
jmf69
22/6/2021
07:53
The Board considers that prospects for the Group are very positive in the mid to long term, although it remains necessarily cautious on short- term forecasting as uncertainties remain over the possible effects of further waves of Covid-19 across multiple geographies. The global vaccination programmes have broken the link between infection and hospitalisation, boosting confidence that the resumption in elective surgery will continue to increase, as healthcare providers seek to slow and then reverse the current growth in waiting lists. Given its innovative and differentiated product portfolio, the Group is well placed to benefit from the significant demand for surgery. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com News in the next few weeks to follow dyor imo
buywell2
22/6/2021
07:42
A very positive AGM statement from SUN today Japan and USA stocking up on SUN products and more organizations changing to SUN reposable products instead of single use plastic laparoscopic surgery instrument products Plastics and waste cited but also massive savings to be made should imo see this change from single use plastic laparoscopic surgical instruments to reposable gather momentum In short SUN revenues are on the rise once again read: Environmental impact and life cycle financial cost of hybrid (reusable/ single-use) instruments versus single-use equivalents in laparoscopic cholecystectomy hTtps://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.03.10.21253268v1 A move to 4p chartwise now looks imminent 5p next year as 7 day weeks in the NHS and private healthcare looks set to continue to get rid of the backlog for the rest of 2021 at least and into 2022 "The NHS is beginning to utilise a seven-day operating week for surgery as well as continued use of the private sector to reduce the backlog; similar initiatives are also being seen in other key markets." ie 7 day working in other countries that SUN sell into dyor imo
buywell2
18/6/2021
09:23
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-57515472.amp
jmf69
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
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