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RESHAPEResource, Self Help, Affordability, Planning Effort
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ReShape Medical develops, manufactures and markets the ReShape Dual Weight Loss Balloon, an FDA-approved, minimally invasive intragastric balloon designed to treat obesity patients with a body mass index between 30 and 40, with one or more related comorbid conditions.
Mangano, whose 20 year career in the medical device field has included commercial leadership roles, joins ReShape Medical as the company marks one year since the US Food and Drug Administration approved its ReShape Dual Balloon.
ReShape Medical said it intends to use the proceeds of the loan for marketing purposes and for future product enhancements.
The Reshape clinic opened in 2008 and is shortly marking its fifth anniversary,.
The appointment is one of the final elements of my task to reshape the board.
His most recent book discusses how climate change and energy trends will reshape the planet, how shifting population trends will transform the workforce, how radical innovation trends will competitively drive business, how astounding medical trends will enhance people's lives, how terrorism trends will threaten the individual, and how the rise of China will bring on a new global power struggle.
I tell people, "This is a doable do: to reshape the enterprise, to meet the objectives we've laid out.
God is going to regather and reshape God's people in preparation for the coming of the Messiah.
Although he looks at how "high" culture sought to reshape "popular" culture, he frequently reminds us that traditional summer pleasure gardens "were a synthesis of high and low cultures (even if seating arrangements at performances rigidly segregated the classes)" and that in late imperial Russia "the boundaries between elite and popular cultures [were] porous, imprecise and ever shifting.
The first part of the strategy is to adopt new technologies, to let a thousand flowers bloom, let health care reshape itself around the technologies in large and small ways, much as other industries have done.
Another, far more plausible, explanation posited for Bush's invasion of Iraq is that he believes he has been commissioned by God to reshape the Middle East.
They can try to reshape the vane to its original shape and then reassemble the engine.