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Stryker's DAWN Thrombectomy Trial Could Also Help Medtronic And Penumbra

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Results of the DAWN trial show that endovascular thrombectomy with Stryker's Trevo produces better outcomes than medication alone when used in certain patients who experienced an ischemic stroke. The results could provide a boost to Stryker as well as Stryker's competitors in the mechanical thrombectomy market, including Medtronic, Penumbra.

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