Covidien Expects Continued Growth In Neurovascular Division
With more than $30 million invested in stroke clinical trials and technology, Covidien sees tremendous opportunity in the endovascular treatment of acute ischemic stroke. The company’s ongoing research is laying the foundation for continued growth in its neurovascular division.
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