Perclose Gains From Growing Use Of Puncture Closure; Stock Up 72% In 1998
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The growing use of puncture site closure devices in cath labs across the country following interventional cardiology and radiology catheter-based procedures apparently was one of the main driving forces behind Perclose's 72.1% stock gain in 1998 to 33-1/8.
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