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"medical inc" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:23 min | 6 months ago

"medical inc" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News on the hour your home for original reporting I'm Peter king in Orlando put it in the books the Senate is past that huge corona virus relief package it was a late night for lawmakers and for WTOP's Mitchell Miller help is on the way Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer as the Senate voted unanimously to approve the mammoth measure to help includes checks for Americans of twelve hundred dollars as well as hundreds of billions of dollars for small businesses Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the bipartisan vote is all the more remarkable coming in the wake of impeachment proceedings this is a proud moment for United States Senate and for the country and we're gonna win this battle the measure now goes to the house for a final vote Mitchell Miller for CBS news Washington that vote should come tomorrow speaker Nancy Pelosi says the package has strong bipartisan support in York city has thirty eight hundred cases right now but thousands more were expected in the coming weeks mayor bill de Blasio says the one point two billion his city will get is still not enough I understand how anybody any public servant could live with themselves if they deprived the cities in the middle of the biggest crisis since the Great Depression deprived us deprived our state of the money we need New York state has the most cases in the country some thirty three thousand that's nearly half the cases in the entire U. S. in Louisiana the case count is very sobering governor John bel Edwards says he state has the third highest per capita rate in the country sixty five people have died there you have to do better at a mitigation measures and we need for those mitigation measures to start showing up in this data before we can draw on any zebra CBS news correspondent candy McCormick says the pandemic is left the military standing still for now in a gun is halted for sixty days the movement of U. S. troops in defense department civilians overseas that will affect about ninety thousand troops scheduled to deploy or return from abroad the military says the order is not expected to impact the continued drawdown of U. S. forces in Afghanistan and at the Vatican to top church officials tested positive for covert nineteen more from Rome CBS's Sabina Castelfranco Monsignor living in the same Vatican residence as pope Francis has tested positive for corona virus and is being treated it in the tally in the hospital the Monsignor works in the Vatican secretary of state he is the fifth person who has so far tested positive inside the city state with demand for takeout food at an unprecedented level of the chipotle shade is offered its employees ten percent raises for working through the next several weeks of the Senate action has not had a positive effect on Wall Street futures are down this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app downloaded today three oh three at the bears this station KCBS mostly cloudy with fox overnight in the inland valleys and isolated showers expected later today good morning I'm Curtis Kim here's what's happening now but was the last town in the bay area to report any cases of covert nineteen it reported its first case just four days ago now napa county health officials are reporting their six confirmed case of the corona virus the latest resident is from American canyon that person is now hospitalized in another county public health officials are conducting an investigation to try to identify all of the people who may have come into contact with that person napa still remains the bay area county with the fewest number of corona virus cases meantime in Oakland CHP officer has tested positive for the corona virus the highway patrol says it contacted the Alameda county public health department and is following sanitation protocols at its Oakland area office the C. H. B. isn't releasing any further details of the workers health due to privacy concerns and officials say they have now been two positive tests in the agency the first was in Sacramento San Francisco's mayor has sent out a plea to the federal and state governments ask you for more medical Inc equipment to meet the surge of the corona nineteen patients expected to come in the coming weeks K. CBS's bagels B. reports the city is in need of thousands of more hospital beds the city has sufficient space right now but watching how the numbers have ballooned in other places like New York City San Francisco public health director Dr grant Colfax says I am sorry to say that the worst is yet to come so their London breed has put out the call for assistance we estimate that we will need about five thousand more hospital beds on top of what we already have and at least fifteen hundred ventilators and she says there is no time to waste this is not the first time we've reached out to make it clear that there is a significant need in our health system and I hope that it will be the last and I hope that they will deliver for the people of this state and the people of this country breed says what we can all do to help is just stay put she says people disobeying the shelter in place orders could directly lead to the hospitals being overwhelmed with covert nineteen patients in just a few weeks.

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"medical inc" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"medical inc" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Since needing medication management than we could more appropriately provision care to meet the needs of that individual and thus would move from kind of one standard of care for all where we know were overtraining a portion of the population and were under treating those with highest need into a stratified patient care approach that enables us to better meet the needs of the high risk cohort versus. You know that low to moderate risk cohort love it yeah and it makes a lot of sense to go that route and just as stewards of of our health care resources. You know i feel like it's a it's a moral obligation to get there so i think it's all that you guys are working on that. Well thank you is and say particular where you know. One of the biggest challenges says is is again where we have guidelines in place and we have reimbursement coverage in place were still missing the majority of these patients in because it control so dramatically affect their own personal care. You know i personally that's what motivates me. Every day is how do we how do we get to those patients astor and and how do we help identify their need and then provision appropriate care of that is so at least tell us a little bit about an example of how you guys have created results in improved outcomes increase profitability by doing things differently yeah so we are developing in a very targeted approach to delivering genomic based medicine and it delivers about four times the results at half the span of the more more traditional approach <hes> so just a dive in on that a little bit i most genetics and genome genomics today exists that leading unacademic senators and yet the vast majority of patients are seen in the community setting only about seventeen percent of community health systems have access access to even one genetic counselor and so for that community health system we can provide comprehensive care and support across us six different specialty areas cancer cardiovascular pediatrics pharmacogenomics <unk> study.

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"medical inc" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"medical inc" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"There's no doubt that <hes> there's there's huge promise in this. What what do you see as the biggest obstacle to to access. So what are the biggest challenges is that energy nomex as a field has expanded so rapidly that the vast majority of clinicians <unk> are not yet knowledgeable in terms of how to appropriately use genomic base medicine and so there's three primary barriers at one is identifying line which patients would most benefit. The second is actually selecting the right test and that's very complex because there's over sixty thousand different mc test. It's now on the market and then the third is how to interpret the resulting information. This is not as black and white and simple was a high cholesterol test and so the results that come back can sometimes be ambiguous. Sometimes <hes> have very clear medical management guidelines headlines and as those medical management guidelines evolve it can take clinical expertise typically from a geneticist which is an m._d. or a genetic netted counselor which is a mid level medical professional to understand the action ability of the information and to guide to appropriate treatment treatment decisions <hes> based upon the individual's test results as well as their personal and <hes> family health history yeah. That's that's interesting. There's there's that need for navigation since it is so new <hes> and even the experts need a little navigation can help <hes> along with the people using it for the leaders listening today. What would you say is that hot. Topic needs to be front and center for them around this yeah well you know. I think it's i understanding that. Genomics is a critical component to any precision medicine strategy and as the medicine the science and technology have evolved it really takes clinical support tools to.

"medical inc" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"medical inc" Discussed on 600 WREC

"But with us more doctors help organizations and students are pushing for medical education to include climate change saying that physicians and other healthcare workers need to prepare for the risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening climate change is already having a tax on people who are the world so I the platform there's just a number of things that are changing more please check in the P. the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of lower winters they were having more wonder who the **** Lyme disease he has a lot of different not a problem lake for okay and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of being a professional in a way of different concerns related to climate change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content to be incorporated into medical school so that doctors can prepare to treat conditions are so as you referenced the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches this stuff right now there are some experts in little pocket so how can a buyer meant a relatively new scientific fields there are some excellent so there's usually a few in each school who are taking the charge or sometime they're learning on the job so the program will sort of sometimes approach out there and be like Hey you teach about and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse due to rob fired that has been occurring more often because of climate change and then they'll sort of help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate into speak with Brianna habit health reporter at the Wall Street journal parts you reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine any of these organizations doing anything specifically yeah there are a lot better giving specific thing mostly it lecture and locked in and then one of the girls and university Illinois college of medicine the during their actually now running a diagnosis I provided that you do you know you have a person that pretended to a patient with the rest of the pound for the medical Inc and diagnose land and it from California and she is offering wheezing shortness of breath all those things and the diagnosis is that she would have and due to the increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how to change could Bentley implement that on a Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour.

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"medical inc" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"medical inc" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Are pushing for medical education to include climate change saying that physicians and other healthcare workers need to prepare for the risks associated with rising global temperatures it's a story by Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal Brianna what's happening climate change is already having a tax on people before the world so I warm yeah a number of things that are changing more leave them in the arts funding into different territory and growing more taking advantage of one wonders for having more forms of like Lyme disease he has a lot of different medical problem Lake Road and she LSS and then so what's happening is a lot of these health professional in a way of different concerns would want change and some of them including medical students are now sort of pushing for the content and medical schools so that doctors can prepare to treat all of these conditions are so as you reference the schools are not necessarily experts in the for the medical schools in the field of climate change so who teaches this stuff right now there are some in a little pocket so how can a buyer men is a relatively new scientific fields and there are some excellent so there's usually a feeling in school who are taking the charge or sometimes if they're learning on the job so the program well for those sometimes approach out there and be like Hey you teach about and in the lecture and we were wondering if you could mention how is getting worse due to wild fires that have been occurring more often because of and then though for that help provide a lot of the information that the professor can then take and then incorporate and speak with Brianna habit health reporter at the Wall Street journal ties to reference number of schools here like university of Minnesota university of Illinois college of medicine I mean these organizations doing anything specifically yeah there are a lot better giving thing mostly it lecture open the locked in and then one of the group and university and college medicine is doing is they're actually now running a diagnosis I provide thank you do you know you have a person that and the rest of the pound for the medical Inc and I know and from California and she is suffering wheezing shortness of breath all of those things and the diagnosis is that you have and due to the increased wild fires in the area so it's just showing in contact how to change a Bentley in Berlin Brianna Brianna abit reporter at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour.

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"medical inc" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"medical inc" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"He's been busy titan medical Inc. Who we started covering on this show? I think maybe you're huge fan of David and we met him at the Roth capital conference. I think a couple of years ago, we were reintroduced again. And of course, he came on the air with us, letting us know the world of robotic surgery, and and what it's like to be a public company. He was a public traded company on a very small exchange and was able to because of their business model because of their management team because of their revenue because of a bringing investors and a net tangible asset to the bottom line, they jumped from a small exchange to are you ready for this? Nasdaq what the hell. Yes. Yes. TM? I they traded to the NASDAQ. Of course, you can go on their website titan medical Inc dot com. And there's our good friend. David McNally right there. Dave. How are you, sir? Man. I'm feeling great today based on the progress. Our team continues to make Sally boy, I'll tell you. This is a great story because we've been able to see the arc of the story of almost I shouldn't say from the beginning. But it was pretty early in your tenure there is the what is it for the people who never seen before on the show kind of bring up a quick snapshot of what tight medical does this tell you what tell us what you've been up to in the last few months here. Titan medical is developing technology commercialization in twenty twenty four single port robotic surgery. This is a robotic system that is under the direction of the surgeons hands and allows entry into the body to a single twenty five millimeter incision with two multi arms, which ended factors which grasping cutting Clagget late tissue along with a full three d HD camera system in light source all through that single incision. Jared if you've got to tighten medically dot com. Click on the tab that says clinical says or even or even the video here. This is right out of science fiction back in the day. Because you really are what I like is when you touch the wrong part of the body. It goes no it does in the guy's nose lights. Fun movie operates completely here. But honestly, David this. This is right out of out of the science fiction movies of the past. And you guys are making it real. We're watching here an incision in the conversation all at the same time all the same time using using his mono polar bipolar instruments. Oh my God. David. I have to ask you the last couple of months, you guys were able to jump from a from a small exchange, two NASDAQ as the CEO of a public company, what was that journey like because I don't think you rarely see stuff like that happen. Sully. What sets the stage is execution. I could not be more proud of our executive team, which when I began in January of twenty seventeen we had a technology. It was a diamond in the rough and this team has at breakneck pace achieved every milestone that had set that sets the foundation for credibility on a major exchange. So in terms of qualification for NASDAQ, it was a matter of us, of course, going through all the requirements and meeting the requirements essentially for share price, which we achieved through a reverse split of the shares. But it's about execution because it's not simply an event to list on NASDAQ. What follows is even more important, which is the company's expectation on continued execution. Talk about talk about your clinical story, because you know, you've got the sport surgical system. You have this this this single port approach you've done you've you're going through the FDA approval where are you in in in that story line because I know you've made some really good progress over the last twelve to eighteen months. Skilled robotic surgeons have performed forty five pre clinical states, these are in live animals and human cadaver to demonstrate that the technology works, and indeed we are very confident that the technology works. The surgeons are so confident that they have been submitting abstracts for puree deal for presentation at international conferences and already nine of those abstracts had been accepted and more than half of them. Have already been presented at prestigious clinical congresses in this pre clinical stage. It's important for us to make sure that we got the technology right next. We have to prepare for the regulatory filings with the U S food and Drug administration here in the US before we can sell and then in Europe, we need to achieve the C E. Mark submitting technical style to what is known as a European notified body. Those preparations are well under. Away, and those files are coming together nicely. You know, what's nice about the video been watching is that you know, with the cameras gender. That's taking place live on David during this. Does that does bring up that does bring up a question? I've never asked you this before I think, I know the answer. But if you had to have some surgery would you personally as the CEO feel safe even though? I realize it's going through FDA trials, and we're not we're not I guess technically there yet. But this thing is there you got period viewed articles coming out got abstract having you're comfortable at this point where if you had to put yourself or a loved one on the table. This is the what if it were appropriate. This be the way you'd go. Yes, we can see that the benefits of reducing the number of incisions in the patient can have a dramatic effect on reduce trauma, faster healing. Yeah. And ultimately the ability to get out of the hospital faster. So indeed. Yes, this would be the preferred system for surgery. Well, listen, I this story has been so fascinating for for us because it's not just the Justice in the medical robotic area. But they're just watching you guys as a company go from go from point a to point d really? Yeah. And honestly the outcome. Every.

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"medical inc" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"medical inc" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Developing technology for commercialization in twenty twenty four single porn robotic surgery. This is a robotic system that is under the direction of the surgeons hands and allows entry into the body to a single twenty five millimeter incision with two multi ticketing arms, which ended factors which grasping cutting coagulate tissue along with a full three d HD camera system in light source also that single incision. If you Jared if you've got a tight medically dot com and click on the tab that says, clinical or even or even the video here. This is right out of science fiction back in the day. Because you really are what I like is when you touch the wrong part of the body can't no it does the guy's nose lights. That's the fun movie operates completely here. But honestly, David this. This is right out of this is right out of the science fiction movies of the past. And you guys are making it real. We're watching here an incision. Jason all at the same time all the same time using using his motto polar and bipolar instruments. Oh my God. David after ask you the last couple of months, you guys were able to jump from a from a small exchange, two NASDAQ as the public company what was that journey like because I don't think you rarely see stuff like that happen. Sully. What sets the stage for this is execution. I could not be more proud of our executive team, which when I began in January of twenty seven team, we had a technology that was a diamond in the rush and this team has at breakneck pace achieved every milestone that. It's sad. That sets the foundation for credibility on a major exchange. So in terms of qualification for NASDAQ, it was a matter of us, of course, going through all the requirements. Meeting the requirements essentially for share price, which we achieved through a reverse split of the shares execution because it's not simply an event to list on NASDAQ. What follows is even more important, which is the company's expectation on continued execution. Talk about talk about your clinical story, because you know, you've got the sport surgical system. You have this. This single port approach done. You're you're going through the FDA approvals where are you in in in that story line because I know you've made some really good progress over the last twelve to eighteen months. Skilled robotic surgeons had performed Forty-five preclinical states. These are in live animals and human cadaver to demonstrate that the technology works, and indeed we are very confident that the technology works. The surgeons are so confident that they have been submitting abstracts for pureed you for presentation at international conferences and already nine of those abstracts have been accepted and more than half of them have already been presented at prestigious clinical congresses in this pre clinical stage. It's important for us to make sure that we got the technology right next. We have to prepare for the regulatory filings with the US food and Drug administration here in the US before we can sell and then in Europe, we need to achieve the C E. Mark submitting technical to what is known as a European notified body. Those preparations are well under. Away, and those files are coming together nicely. You know, what's nice about the video been watching is that, you know, with the cameras in there that's taking place live on David during this. That does that does bring up that does bring up a question. I've never asked you this before I think, I know the answer. But if you had to have some surgery would you personally as the CEO feel safe even though? And I realize it's going through FDA trials, and we're not we're not I guess technically there yet. But this thing is there you got period viewed articles coming I got abstract. I mean, you're comfortable at this point where if you had to put yourself or a loved one on the table. This is the what if it were appropriate. This'll be the way you'd go. Yes, we can see that the benefits of reducing the number of incisions in the patient can have a dramatic effect on reduce trauma, faster healing. Yeah. And ultimately the ability to get out of the hospital faster. So indeed. Yes, this would be the preferred system for surgery. Well, listen, I this story has been so fascinating for for us because it's not just the Justice in the medical robotic area. But they're just watching you guys as a company go from go from point a to point d really? Yeah. And honestly the outcome. Every time has been better better. We we can get you back on a busy how we used to get him. All the time. I I'd like to borrow the machine and help sully with his new need. I can work. Thank you. Dave McNally, CEO titan medical titan, medical Inc dot com. And by the way, the new stock symbol dot because they're on.

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"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"What you're sound one dot that's it that's all eight by the way we expect with a single incision that the recovery is likely to be faster with less trauma to the body and less opportunity for post operative complications where only one wound is healing postoperative late the the what you're watching a surgery here actually actually being performed using their technology and it's pretty what's really interesting is you can watch this whole thing by going to tighten medical inc dot com i always like to ask you david what's what is the next quarter look like for you guys as far as events and what is the next yes we performed a number preclinical studies and animal models and human cadaver last year that validated that the technology is effective for single incision surgery so matter of fact every time we went into a lab surgeons were able to perform single incision surgery so this year is about perfecting the product to make sure we're best in class in each area whether it's visualization grasping of the tissue the software were perfecting all of that so we can have a truly market leading product when we enter the market of course we have to go through the regulatory clearances next year but this year is about making sure that we perfect the system and we have the right team in place that we built last year and in addition to that the company is in its strongest cash position in the history of the company so with that as far as timing goes with you guys if this year is the is like russell icicle burn a couple of steaks before we open up the restaurant this year you're you're perfecting the product next year is is the is sort of putting the whether it meets the road wendy you go to market in your answer i know you can't say positively a lot of that has to do with what happens with government regulation next year but what do you guys anticipate based on our plan for product development in preparation of our regulatory filings and assuming that we move through the regulatory process in the united states and europe according to our plan we would expect to be commercializing in the year twenty twenty which is we look at the tasks ahead is just around the corner to see you again in person there is the surgeon works as that you saw within the video those people sitting back and actually doing that cameras are getting smaller that's probably why there's develop because they used to put a polaroid wait sixty seconds we had a physical physical physical i was in my fifties how often you supposed to have now i think it could be like every five year when you're young every here's your jingjing checked in whatever it's like could you get in tomorrow twice a week we have to have a look by the way shouldn't they not call you at four fifty eight on a friday say it's really urgent that we talked to you and then you can't get a hold of your bloodworks in call what yeah exactly there's some sort they don't call you have to give a four hour window before you closed before you leave a message that's why i leave my phone off on sunday why this parental could call everybody calls and taxes and everything's importance like no not today texts texas texas i had i was dating somebody recently saying i just get so many texas texas humane tax lexuses yeah it's all right we need to take a visit on lord russell landers and also yeah no we do know because because i witnessed something on friday i witnessed the use the the actual well russia's clinical trials himself go you lose her erasure belt because it's home not used it my in edith well we're gonna talk with them.

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"medical inc" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"medical inc" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"Well not i don't know that my mom would be like it's it's disgusting it is disgusting is gross because thing about it birds don't take baths and if they do it's in a bird bath which is full of other birch and also like kid p poohpooh true in a park poof whose great great great no no taking poop who's great please sure that's what's trash what the other day i just did it i went and took a shit and i didn't have my phone and i'm like talking about talk yeah because you're i basically was in prison like here i'm in this room i have no communication to the outside world you like what what what if something happens to me in here how pathetic is that i would say that's pathetic but i've been there and i've been there in worse situation but i get it like when you're having like actual medical inc ziad no no no no i'm talking like i've gotten off the toilet to go get your go get my phone and go back thing about this thing about this right here's a question how far away from your house do you have to be for you to go i'm already too far i'm not going back from my phone how far you have to be half an hour i'll drive back fifteen twenty minutes ago iphone i would you wouldn't what's fifteen twenty minutes fifteen twenty minutes so you drove me to my apart we're talking about like mile fifteen i mean highway fifteen twenty minutes 'cause that's a lot of exits highway fifteen twenty five towns here you could drive how how far is jones beach from here it's pretty it's pretty what's the closest beach to hear a fucking oh dude do you live here what am i captain planet i don't fucking know cats planet like a good navigator i don't know but he can fly right up and you'll see like this one or he's got another the planet he's got good ups discussion planet yes to is gps yeah so let's say you would have to drive to my apartment to go get my phone yes so you left it at my apartment and then i'm already home like fuck my phone's at danny's yeah you could either get your car and come back and get it where i would have to bring it to you tomorrow what time is it.

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"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"We expect with a single incision that the recovery is likely to be faster with less trauma to the body and less opportunity for post operative complications where only one wound is healing post operative late the what you're watching a surgery here actually actually being performed using their technology and it's pretty what's really interesting is you can watch this whole thing by going to tighten medical inc dot com i always like to ask you david what's what is the next quarter look like for you guys as far as events and what is the next yes we performed a number preclinical studies in animal models and human cadaver last year that validated that the technology is effective for single incision surgery a matter of fact every time we went into a lab surgeons were able to perform single incision surgery so this year is about perfecting the product to make sure we're best in class in each area whether it's visualization grasping of the tissue the software were perfecting all of that so we can have a truly market leading product when we enter the market of course we have to go through the regulatory clearances next year but this year is about making sure that we perfect the system and we have the right team in place that we built last year and in addition to that the company is in its strongest cash position in the history of the company so with that as far as timing goes with you guys if this year is the is like russell exa college burn a couple of steaks before we open up the restaurant this year you're perfecting the product next year is is is sort of putting the rubber meets the road when do you go to market in your answer i know you can't say positively a lot of that has to do with what happens with government regulation next year but what are you guys anticipated based on our plan for product development in preparation of our regulatory filings and assuming that we move through the regulatory process in the united states and europe according to our plan we would expect to be commercializing in the year twenty twenty which is we look at the tasks ahead is just around the corner there's there is the.

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"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"To be inserting has news senior how does it how does that process work is a ceo of a medical medical device company so we balanced the convergence of technology where we can adapt new technologies that are revolving from high definition three d camera technology to led elimination sources in the like but we have to temper that with having to freeze a design to do all of the evaluation work to be compliant with the fda and the european authorities for the mr so there's a balance we can't leave all the system incrementally but we can certainly make leaps and we have the benefit of being the fast follower in a huge market well david i can tell you based upon based upon everything that's going on with your company and base upon what's happening in the last year i can only imagine i can only imagine what's a competitor thinking and let's face it i brought up a pretty big name before i know you guys aren't going at them you know with any animosity but you are you're creating a real competitive environment for that for that world and that in your your shareholders must love that we have the deepest respect for intuitive surgical they essentially have created the market opportunity but we're very excited because surgeons are telling us that we may have the most competitive single incision robotic system that the market has ever seen and that's an asset david we'll talk to you next week titan medical inc yesterday at the roth capital conference over as i said easily make those look a little a camera is in your phone i mean they used to have that phone up at syon ed hurt you had to be knocked out get so excited we got proper kenyan coming to we're going to talk about public in publishing in the digital world coast to coast tv homes radio stations by russell.

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"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"All right so twenty seventeen was capped by the placement of prototype set out three centers of excellence then i on the capital frontside it was our most successful year raising capital and we ended the year with the strongest balance sheet that the company is ever had we move forward into twenty eighteen which is a year of execution of perfecting the systems so that we can deliver what the surgeons are asking for which is a very strong viable new competitor in the robotic space so david at the end of the day type medical you're going to go you're going to go into a realm that's being widely accepted where frankly twenty years ago it was it was a it was a movie set as you guys are going through this process of of giddy through fda how do you keep up with the new technology as your technology is being vetted and how does the fda that because i would assume that the day we started with titan medical inc creating your first robotic unit and today there's even technology you guys have created along the way how does that work because obviously you're in a better place your before by the time this thing gets completely approve there's technologies that you guys are going to be inserting the news seen yet how does how does that process work is a ceo of a medical medical device company so we balance the convergence of technology where we can adapt new technologies that are evolving from high definition three d camera technology to led illumination sources and the like but we have to temper that with having to freeze design to do all of the evaluation work to be compliant with the fda and the european authorities for the mr so there's a balance we can't get the evolved the system incrementally but we can certainly make leaps and we have the benefit of being the fast follower in a huge market ah with any animosity but you are you're creating a real competitive environment for that for that world and that your your shareholders must love that we have the deepest respect for intuitive surgical they essentially have created the market opportunity but we're very excited because surgeons are telling us that we may have the most competitive single incision robotic system that the market has ever seen and that's an asthma answer and stealing at some point we'll talk to you next week titan medical inc him yesterday the.

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"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And lights source were wassi here aside the side as and asked the most is using needle drivers of basically there sewn up something there immune somebody's by david you know if you think it turns of this this is one of these it makes you guys different you you just mentioned that that there over robotic surgery does exist to the us wanted to go through any numerate force but what makes you guys a little bit different so with existing robotics systems rican envision the arms of the systems are straight sticks wave that elbows and risk i love it when he does the handpicked choice here we go resting with our system we have flexible end of factors that have replaceable manipulators on the tips but the arms are flexible and snake like the benefits of this was that the surgeon has a very natural steel as they operate the workstation and deliver a more natural effect in the body what you saw that video where needle drivers spry we also deliver kaderi to coagulate tissue we can approximate tissue that is bring tissue together we can blunt dissect moving tissue apart and these arms become an extension of the sturgeons hands in the body electronically connected to the workstation david will we were seeing their the picture that we are seeing is that that dr would see or a surgeon would see as as they will roperation us what the this sees as even better because our system is a three d visualization system nelson's high definition three day the sturgeon as well as residents and spells that the surgeon may be training are looking at the same flatpanel 3d display and it provides a tremendous opportunity for not only delivering the benefits for surgeon visualization but others in the operating theatre and this is unique compared to existing robotics systems which used a more immersive environment you know what they will tell you that you know everything's you guys have done so far as i love watching the them in a reading of news on site medical once again tighten medical inc dot com t i t excesses the stock symbol here in the us and they're also on the tears exponential exchange of a fraud against here in the us or on radio and television ideal is a lot of great information on on onsite medical untucked com and that enable.

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"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The abdomen through a single incision less than an ancient links at the benefits for the patient of course are fewer insugents in the body than a patient might experience even with minimally invasive flappers coppuck surgery so less scarring the potential floor value out kurman's count comes in terms of better healing also the benefit of less trauma to the body internally with the system was such great dexterity combined with the dexterity of course is a camera and a light source better deployed intimate bodies you the same single incision providing incredible visualization inside the body within magnified you were the surgeon is working so that concept is singling sison surgery abdominal for a variety of procedures that ranged from gynecological urologic colorectal in general procedures and benefits being delivered a patients with less trauma to the body and an improved ability for the sturgeon true maneuver the system dave mcnally is the ceo of tighten medical tighten medical inc they are publicly traded under the simple t i t of david obviously this goes without saying this was the future of medicine this the future of surgery the ah when you talk about a decision just i don't think we've asked us before when you talk about that incision know interest wong centimetres long how big evidence surgery to talk with your at an is that one of the benefits of this is because maybe can't tell you had surgery afterwards so to be boris specific jury that of course there's opens surgery with very long incisions typically in in the medical industry we speak in terms of metric terms so many centimeters long in minimally invasive laparoscopy that isn't manuals surgery the incisions range typically from three millimetres in length up to about eight millimetres unless tissue is being removed in which case the in one of his decisions must be increased in size the big enough raw at robotic surgery now robotic surgery is already a reality in abdominal surgery there's one entrenched player that has been very successful and the incisions range typically with those systems from five millimetres tate millimetres in lines but there are multiple incisions made deliver the tools and that's where the uniqueness of tighten medical solution comes into play where we are able to delivers through an incision of 25 millimetres in.

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"medical inc" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"medical inc" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

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"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"A television audience of already audience will snapshot this making certainly go to tighten medical inc dot com and and find this picture but word what were showing our television audience is a page you call multi articulated instruments like russia it looks like a little miniature alien arm but this is actually implement the go inside the incision correct who they go inside the incision and they provide the ability to work around coroner's in areas that might not immediately be obvious that can manipulate the tissue move it out of the way cut suit your collegue yele the end they could lose in unison as as these surgeon moves within the abdomen it's got a couple of different heads on like my dentist you know one time with the naples the it has different i guess assessories it i guess the best way to put it right then absolutely is kind of light of makita inside the body one of them is a blender health they are asking us for a new chipped for each surgery so that they have first use quality every time that is it's very unique it on our robotic platform the aisle the name of the company tight medical he is he's david mcnally he's co and of course they are probably traded under the stocks of well here in the us cit x f and i can i can put that out to our social media group once again robe robotics surgery optimized talked about the sport surgical system because you guys you guys in just august i believe it was of this year introduced this statement this them it's called sports the sports soughtafter was wise of different i'm assuming his because it's ambulatory it's minutes into mobile correct well there are a number of cheese features that make this system unique this is a huge global opportunity it's a multi billion dollar market today some estimated.

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"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"medical inc" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Them the opportunity to learn very quickly in performed sage surgeries so so david when we're looking sought for a television audience them for a radio audience will stop stop this and they can certainly go to tighten medical inc dot com and and find this picture but word what were showing our television audience is a page you call multi articulated instruments like russ's death it looks like a little miniature alien armed but this is actually implement the go inside the incision correct who they go inside the incision and they provide the ability to work around corners in areas that might not immediately beyond the as they can manipulate the tissue move it out of the way cut suit your coagulate and they can move in unison as as these surgeon moves within the abdomen and it's got a couple of different heads aren't like my dentist you know one time with the naples southeast of the of the it has different i guess assessories to it i guess the best way to put it right there absolutely is kind of light to makita inside the body one of them is a blender health they are asking us for a new chipped for each surgery so that they have first use quality every time that is it's very unique about our robotic platform the name of the company tighten medical he is he's david mcnally he's as ceo and of course they are probably traded on the stock symbol here in the us cit x f and i can i can put that out to our social media group once again robe robotic surgery optimized talk about the sport surgical system because you guys you guys in just august i believe it was of this year introduced steadily out it's called sports the sports talk.

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