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US Cardiovascular Sector In Need Of A Jolt From First-of-A-Kind Balloons And Stents

Executive Summary

The US interventional cardiology market will continue to exhibit weak growth in the next five years, but there will be pockets of healthy growth, such as in coronary thrombectomy devices. According to Medtech Insight’s latest report on the sector, growth to 2018 will also be supported by several other factors.

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