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Money Info Show discussed the election, lasting social, market and economic effects of Super Storm Sandy.
Mike King returns from his recent trip to the Philippines. He discusses the countries potential as a future major world supplier of food, strong school system and technology innovations.
The lasting lack of electrical power in areas throughout the Northeast is also discussed.
MEDICAL STOCK NEWS
Regarding loss of electrical power our guest for the show, Andrew Sealfon of RMS Medical Products, Inc. (Stock Symbol: REPR) discusses the benefits of the company’s home care medical products that can function without electrical power.
Mike King highlights the income growth of RMS Medical Products, Inc. (REPR) and the company’s position in the growing home health care marketplace.
Visit the corporate website: http://www.rmsmedicalproducts.com
For REPR stock quotes, trading charts and
their latest news releases visit this Yahoo Finance link: http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=repr
Read our Research Report on REPR:
REPR continues to produce strong growth. For the fiscal year ended February 29, 2012, sales were up by 29.9%, with sales for the FREEDOM 60® pump growing by 31.9%.
Revenue for the fiscal year totaled $6.3 million, up from $4.9 million for the fiscal year ended February 28, 2011. In its quarterly filing on October 15, 2012, the company reported that net sales for the quarter ended August 31, 2012, were up 43.3% over the comparable period last year.
RMS Medical Products specializes in developing and manufacturing portable medical devices, understanding that healthcare professionals need products that they can depend on in critical situations – that will work every time. For patients, these products are often profoundly uplifting to their quality of life.
With that in mind, REPR offers products for a wide variety of markets including hospitals, home healthcare, nursing homes and rescue services.
Primary products are:
FREEDOM60®Syringe Infusion System – Used for the subcutaneous administration of immune globulin offers safe, controlled pressure and ability to adjust automatically to the flow. The inherently safe pressures used to deliver drugs to patients minimize discomfort, swelling and other complications sometimes found with conventional electric infusion devices. There are additional applications such as the delivery of antibiotics and other drugs.
RES-Q-VAC®Emergency Suction – Fills a niche in emergency medicine, hospitals, and home care for immediate airway suction when and wherever needed. RES-Q-VAC® has patented filtration to minimize exposure of medical personnel to dangerous pathogens from patients infected with life threatening diseases such as tuberculosis and SARS. Because RES-Q-VAC® provides reliable suction without electric power, it is useful in disasters when the electricity fails.
RMS HIGH-Flo™ Subcutaneous Safety Needle Sets – RMS Successfully introduced this product to the US market during the 2012 fiscal year. Used with the Company’s FREEDOM60® pump or pumps from other manufacturers. The Company has received feedback from some SCIG patients experiencing less pain, less infusion time, and less discomfort when switching to High-Flo™.
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