Oslo exchange. Sector: Healthcare. Industry: Medical Distribution. Location Norway, Oslo.

Navamedic ASA [NAVA.OLNorway

32.4USD1 (-3.09%)

• At close Thu Oct 13 2022

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About Navamedic ASA

Navamedic ASA, a pharmaceutical company, develops, produces, markets, and sells pharmaceuticals and related products in Northern Europe. The company's product portfolio includes prescription and non-prescription pharmaceuticals, as well as medical nutrition products, medical devices, food supplements, and cosmetics. It offers medical nutrition products for various therapeutic areas, including phenylketonuria, homocystinuria, maple syrup urine disease, tyrosinemia, methylmalonic acidemia/propionic acidemia, glutaric aciduria, isovaleric acidemia, and urea cycle disorders, as well as products for glycogen storage diseases and renal diseases, fat metabolism, malnutrition, and ketogenic diet. In addition, the company provides consumer health products consisting of non-prescription drugs and health care products for pain relief, cough and cold, gastro, women's health, and others primarily through pharmacies and drugstores; specialty pharmaceutical products in various therapeutic areas comprising dermatology, wound care, women's health, urology, and obesity; and branded generics, including cardiology products and antibiotics. It sells, markets, and distributes its products to hospitals, patients, and pharmacies. The company was formerly known as Glucomed AS and changed its name to Navamedic ASA in 2004. Navamedic ASA was incorporated in 2002 and is headquartered in Oslo, Norway.

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