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March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- ConvaTec, a world-leading developer and marketer of innovative medical technologies for community and hospital care, announced today that Paul Moraviec has joined the company as President of its Continence and Critical Care Business Unit and ConvaTec EMEA, which includes Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
After 20 years as a bedside clinician in a variety of critical care units, Palmer served in nurse manager and director positions, including as nurse manager of the medical surgical and critical care business unit at Duke.
Nasdaq: TKTX) announced today the appointment of Theresa Heggie, formerly Vice President Global Marketing for the Anesthesia and Critical Care business unit of Baxter Healthcare, to the new position of General Manager, TKT Europe.
GSK has established a European Critical Care Business Unit with a dedicated marketing, medical and field force designed to establish GSK as a leader in the acute care hospital business in Europe.
Cook's Critical Care business unit impacts patient wellness on many fronts.
This distinguished scholar endowment reflects Eli Lilly and Company's commitment to innovation and quality in critical care medicine," said Elaine Sorg, critical care business unit leader for Lilly.
The enhanced design of our double-lumen Thal-Quick chest tube is intended to offer both physicians and patients an improved experience," said Bruce Gingles, Global Leader of Cook's critical care business unit.
Most recently, he was vice president of the worldwide hemostasis and critical care business units at Instrumentation Laboratory, a Massachusetts- based diagnostics company.