Smith & Nephew Message Board

Smith & Nephew Backorders

3 weeks ago

When will they realize that backorders are killing this company and it's only getting worse. On a weekly basis, I am taking implants from one account to another to cover cases and I can't continue doing that.

What's the Strategy in the U.S. for Neovasc's Reducer?

2 days ago

Neovasc (Nasdaq: NVCN) is a medical device company primarily known for Reducer, which is a minimally invasive device that helps treat patients with refractory angina. The device has been approved in Europe

Smith & Nephew Layoffs

3 months ago

The werewolf is too heavy, too complicated, too unreliable, too expensive to make. everyone that goes out the door loses ,money. It has never and will never make sales forecast, if there ever was a reasonable forecast made. The flow 50 or 90 wands do nothing that the 20 year old Turbovac wands do and their way more expensive. flow wands don't reduce procedural cost or mfg costs, they don't speed up the procedure, they don't improve outcomes, The werewolf and flow wands are white elephants the…


5 months ago

What's better than treating one wound at a time? Being able to treat two!!

PICO 7Y now on the market!!


8 months ago

Nawana wants more money so the board is reportedly discussed shifting its stock listing from the U.K. to the U.S., partly to free its CEO from British pay restrictions.

The orthopedics and wound care giant last year tapped former Alere chief Namal Nawana to replace the retiring Olivier Bohuon. At Alere, Nawana pulled down $8.6 million in 2016 and $11.1 million in 2015, the Financial Times reported, citing “two people familiar with the matter;” his remuneration at Smith & Nephew for seven mont…

Welcome to the family, Brainlab

8 months ago

The new CEO is looking for a lot more money. It has to come from somewhere.

What are your opinions on OSC specialist positions?

8 months ago

I’m currently a student going to school part time. I’m interviewing for an OSC role (logistics, shipping etc) down south. Being that I currently work for a hospital and am very familiar with the recon line, I think I have a pretty good shot. Do you guys have any idea what the salary is for this role? I’ve seen everything from 40-65k which seems pretty unreliable to estimate what the starting wage would look like. Thoughts

NAVIO's for free too?

9 months ago

Capital Ortho paid list price, plus a six-figure service contract.

Acquiring Nuvasive?

11 months ago

More like it's almost April and nothing has happened.


11 months ago

Hanson from Zimmer did the same thing. Very common.

Smith & Nephew Advanced Wound Care

11 months ago

The whole division has become a commodity. They should do the right thing and sell it. Stop holding on to the past.