HealthCareBusinessNews-June-2014 – 2014/06/01

The Denmark-based company, DDD-Diagnostic A/S, recently received FDA approval for its QuantumCam SPECT camera.

Compared to other SPECT cameras on the market, the company says that QuantumCam has lower acquisition and ownership cost, a smaller footprint and higher quality. “it’s hard to find all these attributes in one device,” says Jason Kitchell, chief operating officer at UMRi.

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Journal of Nuclear Medicine – 2014/05/01

UMRi is the exclusive distributor in North America for the NEW family of nuclear medicine systems designed and manufactured by DDD-Diagnostics

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Børsen – 2013/10/31

Medical Device Company on the way to Turkish ownership

Ownership of ddd-diagnostic has changed from Denmark to Israel, back to Denmark and is now on its way to Turkish Bozlu.

The article is originally written in Danish

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Bozlu Holding of Turkey has invested in 50% ownership in DDD – 2013/10/01

Bozlu Holding, Turkey’s Integrated Healthcare Services Provider initiates New Partnership

Bozlu Holding of Turkey has recently invested in 50% ownership in DDD Diagnostic of Denmark. This is the latest investment of Bozlu; which grows with new investments in high entry threshold sectors which require expertise and advanced technology in Turkey and abroad. Active in nuclear medicine field for more than 23 years, Bozlu has now stepped into the production of gamma camera systems with this investment.

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TeknikPartner8 – Magasinet om Professionel Teknik – 2013/08/01

DDD-Diagnostic A / S is a world leader in scanners for diagnosing metastases and heart failure. The scanners are world-renowned for their robustness, precision and compactness.

The article is originally written in Danish

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Ugebladet – 2013/05/14

Hørsholm was the centre of the world

No less than 29 nationalities gathered for meeting and new experiences in Hørsholm. By Marie Gribel Vorum Visit: Hørsholm was the center for business partners from 29 different countries, when Denmark’s leading company within Nuclear Medicine DDD-Diagnostics in Hørsholm hosted a 2-day meeting for their global distributors. “We had 52 participants from 29 countries from all over the world – a huge experience that easily could have drowned in radio cars and big city noise, if held in Copenhagen. Instead we chose to show our beautiful and very attractive local area and use the fantastic resources we have here, said Lars Trolle, CEO at DDD-Diagnostics A/S. There were participants from countries like Pakistan, South Korea and Australia.

Match Race in the Harbour

All participants were staying at Rungstedgaard, and other than the theoretical program, DDD-Diagnostics had rented all the match racers in the Royal Danish Yacht Club at Rungsted Harbour. After a good time and competition on the sea, the first day was completed with dinner at Restaurant Nokken. The dinner on the second day was held at Rungstedgaard Hotel. “I have been in this business more than 30 years, but have never before experienced anything like this. To meet so many of my global colleagues, especially the DDD-team, and together with them to be able to discuss the future for our industry is unique. At the same time, the surroundings are fantastic – it is so very beautiful here,“ says Rob Rogers from St. Louis Missouri in the US.

Tivoli can wait

The Meeting has been planned for almost 4 months, and it has been no small task for a SCION DTU company of 30 employees. However, all have contributed, and the fact that it was decided to host the meeting locally, has made the planning more foreseeable, as all the locals have been very accommodating and most helpful. “Never at any time was Management in doubt about hosting the meeting here, and we have definitely not regretted doing so. It has been really good being here and at the same time seeing all the happy participants who clearly enjoyed being here. So Tivoli and the Little Mermaid will have to wait until another time,” says Lars Trolle. DDD-Diagnostics A/S develop and sell Gamma Cameras (scanners) for nuclear medical use. The purpose of the meeting was to set the agenda for the present- as well as the future technology within this field.

The article is originally written in Danish

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Electronicsupply.dk – 2011/06/08

Tradition-rich medico company is back in Danish hands

Both the current management and Industri Udvikling sees great potential in DDD-Diagnostic, which holds a market share of 60% on the global market of cameras for heart scanners.

The article is originally written in Danish

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Elektronikbranchen.dk – 2011/06/08

Management buys back medical company and sees growth

“We went down and scratched the bottom, but now we stand and are on our way up again. There has been a growth in the market, especially in the U.S., so we stay positive from here.” Says Lars Trolle

The article is originally written in Danish

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Børsen – 2011/06/08

After three difficult years of foreign ownership DDD-Diagnostic A/S is once again a Danish owned company. Management, along with Industri Udvikling A/S bought the company for next to nothing and now believes in a brighter future.

For Industri Udvikling, the investment is somewhat atypical, since the small fund normally invests in not as heavy development companies. Industrial Development, however, have been able to obtain additional capital in the company, so developing a new product may make clear to the market later this year. “You need money to complete the development and that risk must be taken as an investor, but with its unique market position and a talented management and organisation, I think they can get something productive out of it “said Lars Buhl.

The article is originally written in Danish

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Ingeniøren – 2010/04/30

Help from development house providing FPGA capabilities

“It’s a partnership where we strengthen our competence. It is not a complete outsourcing of electronics. Parallel to the development of the print, we are developing the embedded software and make the final system test of the entire product. We will also be able to maintain the product.”says Peter Nellemann

The article is originally written in Danish

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Børsen – 2007/04/04

Profitability in DDD holding is more than halved, after General Electric has released a new heart scanning system on the market.

To reverse the trend and again lift earnings, the company has focused on expanding their product portfolio and improve the current. “We have over the past years doubled our development, we started a lot of new projects that should result in new products in the near future,” says Per Christensen

The article is originally written in Danish

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Ingeniøren – 2005/09/23

The medical world has become dependent on the Danish 3D’s products. The company explains that with the engineering technical ingenuity, courage and sense to cut out the organization

U.S. customers joke about that 3D stands for Danish Drug Dealers. Not because it has anything to do with drugs, but because customers become addicted. Behind the name hides namely two of Denmark’s largest medikosucceser: sister company, Danish Diagnostic Development, which develops gamma cameras diagnose various diseases like cancer, heart disease and kidney failure, and another sister Danish Dermatologic Development, which develops light-based devices for the treatment of skin diseases. The equipment is sold in nearly 50 countries – under the name Elipse – and can help people with everything from blood blasts and photodamage to unwanted hair growth.

The article is originally written in Danish

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Børsen – 2004/07/27

Axcel will next month announce the acquisition of a Danish business overlooked nuggets, the medical group 3D. The two sister companies, Danish Diagnostic Development and Danish dermatologic

The Hørsholm based Group is a great money maker, which recently cast-off financial years, 2002/2003, rendered a surplus of nearly 90 million DKK before tax, where gamma cameras is behind the majority.

The article is originally written in Danish

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