By Steve Moore | Tuesday 11 January 2022
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Haemodynamic monitoring technologies group Deltex Medical (DEMG) has made a “Pre-close statement”, noting that despite pandemic disruptions for the whole of the year this time, “revenues for the year ended 31 December 2021 were £2.3 million (2020: £2.4 million)” and belief that the backlog in elective surgery “represents a key opportunity for Deltex Medical as the group’s TrueVue Doppler technology can be used to help minimise patient length of stay (and associated costs) following elective surgery and hence increase capacity for hospitals”. With also a ‘next generation’ TrueVue monitor due for release later this year, why a current share price fall to 1.25p?…