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Boston Scientific Announces Results for Fourth Quarter and Full Year Ended December 31, 2010
Date:2/1/2011

Neurovascular92893%2%Endoscopy2842696%6%Urology/Women's Health1271233%3%Neuromodulation86808%8%Subtotal2,0022,077(4)%(4)%Divested Businesses

02N/AN/AWorldwide$2,002$2,079(4)%(4)%Growth rates are based on actual, non-rounded amounts and may not recalculate precisely.

An explanation of the Company's use of these non-GAAP measures is provided at the end of this document.

BOSTON SCIENTIFIC CORPORATIONWORLDWIDE SALES

(Unaudited)ChangeYear EndedAs ReportedConstantDecember 31,CurrencyCurrencyin millions

20102009BasisBasisUnited States$4,335$4,675(7)%(7)%EMEA

1,7591,837(4)%(1)%Japan

968988(2)%(8)%Inter-Continental

7406779%1%International3,4673,502(1)%(3)%Subtotal7,8028,177(5)%(5)%Divested Businesses

411N/AN/AWorldwide$7,806$8,188(5)%(5)%ChangeYear EndedAs ReportedConstantDecember 31,CurrencyCurrencyin millions

20102009BasisBasisCardiac Rhythm Management$2,180$2,413(10)%(10)%Interventional Cardiology

2,6022,859(9)%(10)%Peripheral Interventions

6696611%0%Cardiovascular Group3,2713,520(7)%(8)%Electrophysiology147149(2)%(2)%Neurovascular340348(2)%(4)%Endoscopy1,0791,0067%6%Urology/Women's Health4814565%5%Neuromodulation3042857%7%Subtotal7,8028,177(5)%(5)%Divested Businesses

411N/AN/AWorldwide$7,806$8,188(5)%(5)%Growth rates are based on actual, non-rounded amounts and may not recalculate precisely.

An explanation of the Company's use of these non-GAAP measures is provided at the end of this document.
 

BOSTON SCIENTIFIC CORPORATIONNON-GAAP CONSTANT CURRENCY NET SALES RECONCILIATIONS

(Unaudited)Q4 2010 Net Sales as compared to Q4 2009ChangeEstimatedAs ReportedConstantImpact ofCurrencyCurrencyForeignin millions

BasisBasisCurrencyUnited States$(54)$(54)EMEA

(30)$

(30)Japan

(1)(22)21Inter-Continental

1028International(21)(20)(1)Subtotal(75)(74)(1)Divested Businesses

(2)(2)Worldwide$(77)$
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