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Mölnlycke: does what it says on the tin. Sort of.

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Swedish investment firm Investor has bought a Gothenburg-based healthcare company called Mölnlycke. If you’re wondering what the company does, the description on their web site couldn’t be clearer:

Mölnlycke Health Care is one of the world’s leading providers of single-use surgical and wound care solutions to the healthcare sector.

Single-use surgical and wound care solutions? Otherwise known as ‘plasters’.

3 Responses to “Mölnlycke: does what it says on the tin. Sort of.”

  1. Mark Base Says:

    I thought it meant a one-night stand with a surgeon just after a nasty break-up.

    Mark Base
    [url=http://mdabase.blogspot.com]Helsingblog[/url] -
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  2. Marnie Says:

    Wound care and ostomy supplies. Not limited to what I’m think you are referring to as band-aids.

    Think burn patients, for an example, along with non-stick gauze, tapes and things of that ilk.

  3. Victoria Says:

    Mölnlycke is actually a place…just outside Göteborg.

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