|Traded as||TYO: 4543|
|Founded||17 September 1921|
|Key people||Koji Nakao, Chairman;Yutaro Shintaku, President|
|Revenue||$2.150 billion USD (FY 2005)|
|Net income||$253.6 million USD (FY 2005)|
|Employees||14,761 (March 2011)|
|Subsidiaries||Terumo Cardiovascular Systems, Corp.
Terumo Corporation (テルモ株式会社 Terumo Kabushiki-gaisha?) was founded in 1921 by Dr. Kitasato Shibasaburō. The company's first product was thermometers and it has since expanded into a medical devices manufacturer, producing medical disposables, cardiovascular systems and diabetes care products.
In 1971, Terumo opened its first overseas office in the United States. Since then, the company has established subsidiaries in Europe (1971), China, India, Philippines and Thailand. The company later expanded its product range to include coronary stents and catheters, and acquired the cardiovascular specialty companies Vascutek and Microvention in 2002 and 2006 respectively.
General hospital products
Terumo supplies of medical disposable products, blood transfusion products, hospital electronic products and pharmaceuticals like intravenous solutions. Terumo Penpol, the company's subsidiary in India is the largest manufacturer of blood bags in India and supplies it to over 82 countries. Production of medical disposables is also conducted in the company's facilities in Thailand and Hangzhou, China.
- Terumo Official Website 
- Kurian, Vinson (31 Oct 2010). "Blood bags co Terumo Penpol turns 25". The Hindu. Retrieved 24 Jul 2011.
- Terumo to buy U.S. medical device firm for $2.6 billion http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/07/us-terumo-caridianbct-idUSTRE72613P20110307
- Terumo Corporation Japan Website
- Terumo Cardiovascular Systems Website
- Terumo Europe
- Terumo Penpol
- Microvention Website
- Vascutek Website