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Study of Y-90 Radioembolization Using Glass Microspheres Presented

March 4, 2015 -- Findings from a study that aimed to evaluate survival and safety outcomes for patients with hepatic metastases of colorectal cancer treated with yttrium-90 (Y…

Vascutek to Distribute Vascular Flow Technologies’ Spiral Flow Grafts in Europe

March 4, 2015 -- Vascular Flow Technologies announced that Vascutek, Ltd., will be an exclusive regional distributor in France, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. The company …

Jotec Launches E-tegra AAA Stent Graft System in Europe

March 3, 2015 -- Jotec GmbH announced the European launch of the E-tegra abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) stent graft system, which received CE Mark approval in November 2014. …

ArtVentive Introduces EOS Device in the United States

March 3, 2015 -- ArtVentive Medical Group, Inc. announced the introduction of the company’s EOS (endoluminal occlusion system) in the United States with the first proced…

BIOLUX P-I Study of Biotronik’s Passeo-18 Lux DCB Published

March 3, 2014 -- Biotronik announced that Dierk Scheinert, MD, et al published 12-month results from the BIOLUX P-I clinical study in the Journal of Endovascular The…

SIR Presents Study of 3D Printing as Innovative Method to Deliver Treatment

March 2, 2015 -- The Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) announced findings from a study that suggest that three-dimensional (3D) printing could become a powerful tool i…

Cardinal Health to Acquire Cordis

March 2, 2015 -- Cardinal Health announced plans to acquire Johnson & Johnson’s Cordis business for $1.944 billion in cash. The transaction, which is expected to be …

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Vascular Market Price  Change
Abbott Laboratories $47.44  0.91%
AstraZeneca PLC $68.18  0.58%
Boston Scientific Corporation $16.97  1.07%
BTG plc $746.00  0.81%
Cardiovascular Systems Inc. $37.45  1.68%
CR Bard Inc. $170.28  1.56%
Edwards Lifesciences Corp. $135.65  -0.08%
Endologix Inc. $15.96  -0.50%
Hansen Medical, Inc. $0.82  1.11%
Vascular Market Price  Change
Johnson and Johnson $102.52  0.86%
Lombard Medical, Inc. $5.35  -0.74%
Medtronic, Inc. $78.50  0.40%
Merit Medical Systems, Inc. $19.50  -0.26%
St. Jude Medical Inc. $67.73  0.88%
The Medicines Company $29.64  -1.07%
The Spectranetics Corporation $34.47  0.41%
TriVascular Technologies, Inc. $10.17  0.10%
Vascular Solutions Inc. $29.35  0.38%


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