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Advanced Skin Technology hosts Staff Consult Carnival
4
May
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Advanced Skin Technology hosts Staff Consult Carnival

Yesterday, our AST team hosted a Staff Consult Carnival in which Clinical Educators and sales staff offered an afternoon of activities and complementary one-on-one consultations to Device Technologies staff, family and friends. A great opportunity for all to have their skin assessed.Our AST staff ar ...
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Honoured with a place in the Top 200 Australian Businesses
4
May
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Honoured with a place in the Top 200 Australian Businesses

As part of its ‘Businesses of Tomorrow’ program, Westpac recognised 200 outstanding businesses.These businesses have the capacity and drive to boost the nation’s future, as Australia transitions to a services and knowledge-based economy.With a clear vision to shape Australia’s economy, they ...
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25
Nov
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Device Technologies confirms WAND cancellation of Silimed implants

The suspension of supply of Silimed silicone implants in New Zealand was to allow completion of the necessary re-certification activities ongoing in Europe. Throughout the suspension, we have worked closely with the Medsafe, Ministry of Health and SILIMED in preparation to resume supply.Unfortunatel ...
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25
Nov
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Device Technologies confirms ARTG cancellation of Silimed implants

The Silimed implants ARTG suspension ended on 4th November 2016. The suspension was to allow completion of the necessary re-certification activities ongoing in Europe within a maximum 12 month period. Throughout the suspension, we have worked closely with the TGA and SILIMED in preparation to resume ...
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Robot performs cancer operation in a NZ first
24
Nov
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Robot performs cancer operation in a NZ first

A team at the Southern Cross Hospital North Harbour in Auckland has carried out the country’s first robotic surgery using the da Vinci robot for trans-oral robotic surgery (TORS) to remove a throat tumour.Widely used overseas, it offers less invasive treatment and faster recovery... read full arti ...
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Emma Cleary Honoured as Emerging Leader
10
Oct
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Emma Cleary Honoured as Emerging Leader

Now in their 4th year, the Women’s Agenda Leadership Awards, celebrate emerging female leadership across a range of industry sectors. Hundreds of nominations are received for these awards – all sharing stories of excellence, persistence, and determination. The finalists are leaders who are ret ...
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Bear Cottage Superhero Week
28
Jul
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Bear Cottage Superhero Week

Device Technologies staff raced into their phone booths and emerged as Superheroes in support of Bear Cottage.Our breakfast fundraiser raised much needed funds for this very special place.Bear cottage is NSW’s only Children’s hospice and does incredible work caring for children with life-limiti ...
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US medical centre leading a technological revolution
23
Jun
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US medical centre leading a technological revolution

Holy Name Medical Centre is leading a technological revolution in the New Jersey-New York metropolitan area, becoming the first hospital to implement digital monitoring technology for continuous tracking of patients’ vital signs.The technology, called The ViSi Mobile, is a wrist worn device ab ...
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Safer keyhole surgery coming as latest digital monitors arrive in NZ
25
Jan
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Safer keyhole surgery coming as latest digital monitors arrive in NZ

Braemar Hospital has just installed monitors which allow surgeons to see images inside the body like never before.Laparoscopic or keyhole surgery has been around since the mid 1980s, allowing doctors to see structures inside the body magnified and projected onto operating room monitors.The latest in ...
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Hollywood technology now used for surgery in Hamilton hospital
22
Dec
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Hollywood technology now used for surgery in Hamilton hospital

Braemar Hospital's Tom Ingram and Margaret Dube show off the latest 4k technology used for keyhole surgery - the first of its kind in Australasia.Technology that makes Hollywood blockbuster movies is now being used for patients undergoing keyhole surgery.Hamilton's Braemar Hospital has become the fi ...
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