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The Synektik Group is an integrator of innovative medical solutions for oncology, cardiology and neurology, which brings to Poland and consumerizes the newest technologies on the Polish market.

The Synektik Group is a leading supplier of innovative products, services and IT solutions for surgery, diagnostic imaging and nuclear medicine. We sell medical equipment, develop IT solutions used in radiology, and operate a research laboratory for diagnostic imaging systems and a service centre for medical devices. The company is also the first commercial manufacturer of radiopharmaceuticals used in diagnostics for oncology (PET) in Poland.

The Synektik Group operates three radiopharmaceutical manufacturing plants located in Mszczonów, at Świętokrzyskie Oncology Centre in Kielce and at the Military Institute of Medicine in Warsaw. Moreover, Synektik operates its own Research and Development Centre working on radioactive tracers for oncology, cardiology and neurology. The Group also develops its own Clinical Trial Centre.

 

Synektik Capital Group is present in the following segments:

  • Sale of medical equipment and IT solutions, including:
    ‐ Sale of medical equipment used in radiology and nuclear medicine;
    ‐ IT solutions.
  • Maintenance services for medical equipment, acceptance and specialist tests, including:
    ‐ Acceptance and specialist tests,
    ‐ Maintenance services for medical equipment.
  • Radiopharmaceutical production

Synektik also conducts research into new radiopharmaceuticals at its Research and Development Centre.


Sale of medical equipment for therapy and diagnosticts

In this segment of its activity, the Company sells devices and delivers pre-ordered "turnkey" diagnostic laboratories, including the delivery of medical equipment. In cooperation with world leading-edge producers the Group offers state-of-the-art devices, including: mammography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance, PET-CT systems, bedside X-ray devices, angiography, fluoroscopy, ultrasound, C-arm X-ray and radiography systems, blood gas analyzers.

In addition, Synektik is the sole distributor of da Vinci® robotic systems for surgery in Poland. The da Vinci® system, developed, manufactured and commercialized by Intiuitive Surgical, is the most advanced robotic system for surgery in the world, used i.a. in the field of urology, gynaecology and general surgery. The Group is responsible for the sale of the systems, instruments and accessories, service and training of doctors. Synektik also develops a range of robotic systems for oncological pharmacy.

Delivering "turnkey" projects, the Company offers complete radiological equipment, including delivery of diagnostic imaging systems and performance of necessary adaptation works, installation of a Faraday cage, implementation and start-up of PACS/RIS solutions, and delivery of diagnostic stations.


IT solutions

Synektik has a specialistic IT department responsible for developing proprietary applications dedicated to radiology, as well as implementing of systems at the clients's site, staff training and IT service care.

The Group is a developer of proprietary PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) and RIS (Radiology Information System) software as well as diagnostic stations enabling the management of a laboratory or a department of image diagnostics. The software is used for registration, visualization, description, evaluation, distribution and archiving of image data. The IT offer also includes solutions in the field of teleradiology and in the field of recording surgeries in operating rooms with a possibility of remote assistance or live observation.

The ArPACS platform, one of the most important IT projects of Synektik, enables the archiving of medical documentation, including images, demographic data, descriptions, laboratory test results. The ArPACS application is registered as a medical device under the name ARPACS® Zintegrowany System Medyczny. The modular application structure enables its further development at any time through modification - by adding advanced functions - as required by the medical staff. Access to data in the system is enabled through workstations or web browsers. Results are delivered and sensitive data are stored and retrieved from servers maintained by Synektik in technologically advanced databases, which additionally increases data security.

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Services related to acceptance and technical tests

These services are provided by the Research Laboratory for Diagnostic Imaging Systems, employing more than a dozen engineers and physicists who perform examinations throughout the country.

Our services include:

  • Specialist tests: physical measurements to check the current status of radiological devices for safety and correct performance
  • Acceptance tests: following major repairs on radiological devices and newly-installed systems
  • Training: testing X-ray devices for hospitals and Provincial Sanitary and Epidemiological Stations

When performing its services, the Company uses measuring equipment provided by renowned companies and holds valid calibration certificates for its measuring devices. The Company has been present in this market area since 2004.

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Maintenance services

The Company employs a qualified team of specialists providing maintenance services for diagnostic imaging systems, such as analogue and digital X-ray devices, computed tomography, magnetic resonance, scintillation cameras and mammography scanners manufactured by: Siemens, Picker-Marconi, and hot cells and dispensers manufactured by Comecer. Our maintenance services include repairs, periodic inspections, replacement of spare parts, installation and de-installation of devices. Services are available under 12-month or long-term agreements, contracts with users, or one-time interventions. Our qualified specialists also provide maintenance services for certain rare or niche devices abroad - due to the small number of specialists having the required competences worldwide. Synektik's maintenance services also include the installation of Faraday cages, usually performed during the delivery of "turnkey" projects of diagnostic laboratories.

 

Radiopharmaceutical production

Radiopharmaceuticals are manufactured by the Group's subsidiary - Synektik Pharma Sp. z o.o., the first commercial manufacturer of radiopharmaceuticals for oncology in Poland. The Synektik Group runs three radiopharmaceutical manufacturing plants located in Mszczonów, at Świętokrzyskie Oncology Centre in Kielce, at the Military Institute of Medicine in Warsaw. The production of radiopharmaceuticals is the most recent addition to the Group's activity - first launched in August 2012 at the manufacturing plant at the Nuclear Medicine Department of Świętokrzyskie Oncology Centre in Kielce.

Initially, the Company operated under a licence and distribution agreement with IASON GmbH granting Synektik Pharma Sp. z o.o. exclusive rights to manufacture radiopharmaceuticals registered with IASON GmbH and distribute them in Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Belarus. In October 2014, Synektik acquired ownership rights to the documentation of four radiopharmaceuticals labelled with Fluorine (18F) from IASON GmbH. In August 2015, it began its expansion into foreign markets by exporting its first radiopharmaceuticals to the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Currently, the Synektik Group offers nine radiopharmaceuticals.

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Research and Development Centre

On 24 April 2014, the Company launched its Research and Development Centre in Warsaw. The Centre conducts development works on new radiopharmaceuticals based on stat-of-the-art knowledge and prospective medical uses of radiopharmaceuticals. The project was located in Warsaw, where the research staff required to develop new radiopharmaceuticals is more readily available.

The Research and Development Centre:

  • Conducts research and development works on new radiopharmaceuticals and prototype implementations;
  • Develops new technologies in radiopharmaceutical production;
  • Implements modern technical solutions in the production of isotopes for pharmacy uses;
  • Initiates and prepares pilot projects, including development works and research into technology and concept design to discover and define the composition of radioactive tracers, the dosage and elements employed to develop innovative pharmaceutical products for medicine (including oncology, neurology, cardiology, veterinary medicine, genetics, and the manufacture of cosmetics);
  • Supervises the implementation of the results of its research and development works;
  • Cooperates with renowned medical institutions in the world to improve manufacturing processes;
  • Cooperates with other facilities, in particular colleges, institutions conducting research and development works, and their employees.