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July 18, 2007
Christer Ström, Director, MAQUET Critical Care, 7-19-07
Christer Ström is Director of the Ventilator Program at MAQUET Critical Care in Solna, Sweden. He is currently heading up the SERVO-i with NAVA launch.
Christer has worked with intensive care and anesthesia since 1977. He started his career as a registered nurse, registered nurse anesthetist, and lecturer in clinical physiology and anesthesia at Piteå Hospital in Sweden.
Christer joined Siemens as Product Manager in 1986 and stayed with the company as a Regional Sales Manager, He was a member of the Clinical Engineering Group and Clinical Specialist for the development of the SERVO-i ventilator until GETINGE AB acquired Siemens Life Support Systems in 2003.
MAQUET Critical Care brings together innovative medical technology, knowledge and services to help critical care providers achieve tangible, sustainable patient outcomes. With the SERVO product range, MAQUET Critical Care is the global market leader in ventilation.
The MAQUET Group is the world market leader for Medical Systems, focused on the Operating Room and Intensive Care Unit. The integrated products of MAQUET are designed to deliver the best medical treatment within acute care hospitals. MAQUET provides innovative medical solutions from three divisions - Cardiopulmonary, Critical Care, and Surgical Workplaces.
MAQUET is part of the publicly listed Swedish group of companies GETINGE AB, a 1.7 million euros (fiscal year 2006) turnover company with 10,100 employees worldwide. MAQUET itself is a 600 million euros (fiscal year 2006) turnover business with 2,984 Employees and 30 international sales and service subsidiaries.
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