- Inspiration Healthcare says it has started the new financial year “well”
- Inspiration Healthcare ready to build on neonatal pioneer work
- Inspiration Healthcare Group wins GBP400K deal from Japan after neonatal ventilator gets green light
Quick facts: Inspiration Healthcare Group PLC
Inspiration Healthcare is a global provider of medical technology for use in critical care & operating theatres. The company provides high-quality, innovative products to patients around the world which help to improve patient outcomes, and it actively invests in innovative product opportunities and disruptive technologies.
11 Aug 2021
Inspiration Healthcare Group PLC (AIM:IHC) said the financial year had started well, with the med-tech group trading in line with management expectations.
It said revenues for the six months to the end of July were 47% ahead of the same period last year as it benefited from an uplift from the SLE neonatal ventilator specialist it bought in 2020.
It added it was seeing “growth and new opportunities” across the business along with an increased level of interest in the SLE range.
Chief executive Neil Campbell declared himself “extremely pleased” with the way SLE had come together with the existing operations.
25 Jun 2021
(), the neo-natal equipment specialist, said its good start to the year has continued.
“I can now confirm that the start to the financial year has been more than pleasing with interest in our products remaining high and that our order book remains strong,” Mark Abrahams, chairman, said in a trading statement ahead of the AGM.
22 Jun 2021
() said clinical testing is formally underway of the respiratory device it has designed for use in neonatal intensive care known as Project WAVE.
The technology is being used to treat a newborn at the Trevor Mann Baby Unit, Brighton & Sussex University Hospital.
12 Feb 2020
In its chosen fields of perinatal and neonatal care, PLC () punches on a par with companies substantially larger including giant medical equipment manufacturers such as Philips and Siemens.
That’s pretty impressive given it only turned over GBP15mln to January 2019, but chief executive Neil Campbell says the company is widely recognised as a pioneer in the neonatal intensive sector.
17 Mar 2021
‘s () Neil Campbell talks to Proactive London’s Katie Pilbeam after a Japanese distributor has placed an initial GBP400,000 order for its top-of-the-range neonatal ventilator after the technology received regulatory sign-off in the country.
Campbell explains the technology which provides ‘respiratory support to babies that can’t breathe properly’.
The SLE6000 is produced by SLE Ltd (which he says has a strong brand in Japan) bought by Inspiration last July, and includes features such as enhanced high frequency oscillatory ventilation designed for use with critically ill infants.
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