In a new article in L’Usine Nouvelle, Thierry Herbreteau, CEO of Peters Surgical, a French industrial mid-size Medtech founded in 1926 specializing in cardiovascular, digestive and gynecological medical devices, looks back on the partnership between Peters Surgical and Carmat, the areas of development of Peters Surgical and the recognition of #MadeinFrance in medical devices. Discover […]
At a time when industrial renewal, particularly in the field of health, is at the heart of the news, Peters Surgical, a French company that is a pioneer and world reference in cardiac surgical sutures, has joined forces with Carmat. This French company has developed the first physiological bioprosthetic artificial heart to offer a perennial […]
Discover this report produced by CNEWS within Bobigny’s manufacturing site. This report explains how Péters Surgical has reorganized itself to increase its production of Motin catheters in order to meet urgent requests from hospitals in crisis quickly. Motin catheters are widely used by ICU healthcare professionnels for the patients infected with COVID-19 care. Watch the report
« Péters Surgical has increased its production of Motin catheters [..] from 7,000 to 50,000 units per day. » Motin Catheters are particularly requested by hospitals to treat COVID-19 patients. The article from “L’Usine Nouvelle” describes how teams effort is organized within Péters Surgical to help caregivers during this COVID-19 crisis. Read the full article
« In one month, orders increased sevenfold, initially limited to the East of France and then to Paris region, before spreading throughout the country. » Motin catheters are now a real shield to protect both patients and healthcare staff. Le Figaro describes Péters Surgical’s active efforts to support hospitals during this COVID-19 crisis.
Jean-Marc CHALOT, CEO of Péters Surgical Group has been nominated Chairman of the Foreign Trade Advisers of France for the department of Seine Saint Denis (93).
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Péters Surgical will attend the annual nurses congress “Unaibode”