DEMG major share holders.....must see...+++24 Mar 2020 19:10
Hargreaves Lansdown Stockbrokers Ltd.as of 01 Jan 2020 35.10m 6.69% Henderson Global Investors Ltd.as of 12 Feb 2019 32.47m 6.19% Hargreaves Lansdown Asset Management Ltd.as of 12 Feb 2019 21.53m 4.11% Herald Investment Management Ltd.as of 12 Feb 2019 19.71m 3.76% Barclays Bank Plc (Private Banking)as of 12 Feb 2019 19.41m 3.70% J.O. Hambro Capital Management Ltd.as of 26 Jul 2018 18.60m 3.55% Jarvis Investment Management Ltd.as of 12 Feb 2019 16.50m 3.15% Reyker Securities Plcas of 01 Jan 2020 12.69m 2.42% The Share Centre Ltd.as of 01 Jan 2020 11.23m 2.14% Smith & Williamson Investment Management LLPas of 01 Jan 2020 10.28m 1.96%
RE: From Advfn: DEMG's Doppler technology24 Mar 2020 19:07
Ditto...and mkt cap aroudn £8M, could easily be £20m under current conditions......they supply world wide, and uk/ usa is their main market...hoping we break through 2.5p, prior to the update. buy/hold glta.
RE: Interesting.... direct link with Vizient USA health company24 Mar 2020 18:02
Ton, et all, the volume was 28 times normal. Which means its been out of favour and now things are heating up, if you look at their medica devices and service, they could be in for big re-rate under the current Corona pendemic. Most health compnaies are up, and this one serves the critical paitents.....! just joining the dots, so could be 4/5 p in a few sessions following update.
Hold strong fellas and add if you can. I can only say the co has been in touch, and are looking to finalise things.....:) the term sheet has been provided as planned (can't be shared with shareholders until approved). have added a little. good things take time.
RE: Interesting.... direct link with Vizient USA health company24 Mar 2020 17:40
yes, alway buy before the news, very little after news. thats what i have found. you have to some dd, and not just try to get lucky. They are very active in USA and have links with Vizient.....can't explian 28times normla volume there wise. buy and site tight. imho. glta.
Interesting.... direct link with Vizient USA health company24 Mar 2020 17:29
(Sharecast News) - Deltex Medical's shares climbed on Tuesday after it won an innovative technology contract from US healthcare performance improvement company Vizient. The medical technology firm said the contract was based on the recommendation of hospital experts in haemodynamics who serve on one of Vizient's member-led councils, with the contract targeting technologies that can significantly enhance clinical care and patient safety, whilst also improving an organisation's care delivery and business model.
The technology in question is Deltex's CardioQ-EDM+ esophageal doppler monitor, which measures blood flow velocity in real time and has regulatory approval for use in the US on both adult and paediatric patients down to three kilograms.
The AIM traded company added that the contract will help Deltex to expand its pipeline and US customer base even though there is no guarantee of sales.
Andy Mears, chief executive of Deltex, said: "Vizient is the largest member-driven healthcare improvement company in the United States, and its diverse membership and customer base includes academic medical centres, paediatric facilities, community hospitals, integrated health delivery networks and non-acute health care providers with combined purchasing volume of approximately $100bn annually."
RE: 28 times average volume......24 Mar 2020 17:20
There is need for Real-time Haemodynamic Monitoring for Optimal Patient Outcomes for sever conrona victims, as reduce oxygen flow through the blood cuases organ failure!
All patients undergoing surgery are at risk from serious and potentially life-threatening complications caused by a reduction in circulating blood volume. This condition, known as Hypovolaemia, results from the combined effects of preoperative fasting, the anaesthetic agent and the blood lost during the surgical procedure. In many respects hypovolaemia can be thought of as akin to severe dehydration.
The complications that hypovolaemia causes arise because the reduced circulating blood volume is unable to carry sufficient oxygen to the major organs and tissues. All of these systems are at risk of failure as a consequence of the resultant oxygen deprivation.
hmmm...attempt to take your shares, could hardly buy undee 2p......at one point only 2.5k at 1.90.....was expecting traders out....so they catch any cheap ones, last was 1.79nothing less, ask 1.83 on close :)