Prior to providing our readers with some new information, the last week has been quite interesting reading comments related to the Synthes post. It seems that every time that TSB posts about this company, the animus and venom that is spewed about Synthes is fascinating. Turbulence causes angst, anxiety, and a sense of losing control, indicative by the many comments from our readers. Yes, fellow readers, it seems that the Cafe Pharmaites found a new venue to spew their venom. How dysfunctional can one company be? Maybe its time for some of their employees to listen, hear what they are listening to, contemplate and be reflective upon what they sound like to those of us that do not have the honor of working in that culture. But on to the news.
Hyperbranch Medical Technology announced the launch of their Adherus Spinal Sealant, known as the Green Peppa of spinal sealants. Colors seem to be a selling feature when it comes to these technologies witnessed by the Blue Goo that Confluent markets and sells. Hopefully Confluent can wake up and know that a new addition in the marketplace will make their job a little tougher when it comes to marketing and selling their product.
The Adherus has been proven to stop cerebral spinal fluid leaks and maintains a seal under high pressure. It is also being marketed as a adhesion barrier. Now the challenge will be for those at HMT not to get too crazy when it comes time to forecast their revenue expectations considering that most dural tears of the spine occur in revisions, and most our readers can attest that the number of revisions are nowhere near the number that many marketing/data reports convey. So in closing, Green in In and Blue is Goo.
On a lighter note one of our readers recently complained that the blog hasn't been updated enough. You have two options, start your own blog (competition is good for the market) or stop whining, unless you're willing to pay TSB to do this on a full time basis. At least we offer everyone a forum, regardless whether you agree with what is posted or not.