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Baxter is a global company active in several branches of the health sector. Besides the indisputable quality of products and advanced technologies used in medical devices, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, the special strength of Baxter is represented by its team.

Throughout the world, the company's 50, 000 employees live and work among the people who use the therapies and services Baxter. In many cases, these are patients with complex disorders such as hemophilia, kidney failure, immune deficiencies, cancer and severe trauma. In each of these situations, patients are not only the sick: they are neighbors, colleagues, friends or family.

Our deep personal commitment originates from solid organizational skills and the constant reference to a set of values, such as caring relationships with patients and customers, the strong tradition in scientific and technological innovations, establishing relationships premises in support of global coverage and manufacturing excellence.

The combination of these forces is the main base of a company that is inspired by its principles, consistently pursued its goals with tenacity and keeps its commitments.

Caring relationships with patients and clients

Baxter to provide assistance to people is a real mission. This personal dimension involves a direct commitment to appreciably improve the lives of others. Baxter is always available to facilitate communication with the scientific community, to inform patients and to support the initiatives of the different communities.

Baxter follows with care and attention to their relationships with physicians, nurses, pharmacists and public bodies. The company works closely with thousands of hospitals and treatment centers and, as a privileged partner of many companies in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, applies its expertise in the development of proprietary formulations and solutions for specific needs.

If clients and patients are asking us to develop new therapies that can save lives, we ask them to help us identify and address the current and future needs. These relationships are one of our most valuable resources.

Promoting innovation through science and technology

Over the years, we have developed innovative medical solutions that have affected notevolemente in improving the quality of life of patients, such as intravenous drugs (IV), renal dialysis, the collection of blood components, therapy for hemophilia, and more.

Thanks to its scientific and technological expertise in innovative ways, Baxter continues to propose solutions to problems that arise in the medical industry. For example, our expertise in plastic materials for medical use, in the sterilization and in solutions find application not only in the field of systems of intravenous treatment, but also in a set of entirely new therapies such as peritoneal dialysis.

Leveraging its experience in the collection and plasma fractionation, Baxter has solved the pressing medical need to improve the safety of blood products by applying recombinant technology as an alternative to treatment with plasma. The results were based products of recombinant factor VIII for the treatment of haemophilia.

Global presence, local reports

Baxter to be a global company means to be present in every country and build relationships with local communities. Baxter is present in over 100 countries and in 28 of these have local production facilities. We know the local culture and work closely with government agencies, hospitals and patient associations.


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2008-10-15 17:42:47 by ozzie

Patents

Avoid patent brokers like the plague. Most just send out batches of ideas indiscriminately to companies who just drop the batches into wastebaskets. Month ago, the Costco Connection magazine has a letter to one of their advisors. He invested nearly ten grand, cannot even get return phone calls.
Less than 5% of ideas make it to production, and only 10% of those return a profit.
The prolific inventor Lamelson with 500 patents, spent half his life in court defending his patents and suing others for patent infringement.
NIH (Not Invented Here) is extremely strong

2012-02-28 19:20:02 by ozzie

And

Avoid patent brokers like the plague. Most just send out batches of ideas indiscriminately to companies who just drop the batches into wastebaskets. Some months ago, the Costco Connection magazine has a letter to one of their advisors. He invested nearly ten grand, cannot even get return phone calls.
Less than 5% of ideas make it to production, and only 10% of those return a profit. Another reference that I recent saw said only 1 in3000 products become a commercial success.
The prolific inventor Lamelson with 500 patents, spent half his life in court defending his patents and suing others for patent infringement

2010-01-22 21:05:57 by ozzie

Good advice from BostonPLawer above

Avoid patent brokers like the plague. Most just send out batches of ideas indiscriminately to companies who just drop the batches into wastebaskets. Some months ago, the Costco Connection magazine has a letter to one of their advisors. He invested nearly ten grand, cannot even get return phone calls.
Less than 5% of ideas make it to production, and only 10% of those return a profit.
The prolific inventor Lamelson with 500 patents, spent half his life in court defending his patents and suing others for patent infringement.
NIH (Not Invented Here) is extremely strong

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