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Date:12/8/2010

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North America Neurology Devices Market Outlook to 2016

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North America Neurology Devices Market Outlook to 2016

Summary

GlobalData's new report, "North America Neurology Devices Market Outlook to 2016" provides key market data on the North America Neurology Devices market – United States and Canada. The report provides value (USD million) data for all the market categories – Neurostimulation Devices, Interventional Neurology, Radiosurgery, CSF Management and Neurosurgical Products. The report also provides company shares and distribution shares data for each of the aforementioned market categories. The report is supplemented with global corporate-level profiles of the key market participants.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData's team of industry experts.

Scope

- Countries covered include United States and Canada.

- Market size and company share data for Neurology Devices market categories – Neurostimulation Devices, Interventional Neurology, Radiosurgery, CSF Management and Neurosurgical Products. Annualized market revenues (USD million) data for each of the market categories in each of the country. Data from 2002 to 2009, forecast forward for 7 years to 2016.

- 2009 company shares and distribution shares data for each of the market categories and countries.

- Global corporate-level profiles of key companies operating within the North America Neurology Devices market.

- Key players covered include Medtronic, Inc, Boston Scientific Corporation, St. Jude Medical, Inc., Cyberonics, Inc., Cordis Corporation, Accuray Incorporated, Elekta AB, ev3 Inc. and Micrus Endovascular Corporation.

Reasons to buy

- Develop business strategies by identifying the key market categories and segments poised for strong growth.

- Develop market-entry and market expansion strategies.

- Design competition strategies by identifying who-stands-where in the North America Neurology Devices competitive landscape.

- Develop capital investment strategies by identifying the key market segments expected to register strong growth in the near future.

- What are the key distribution channels and what's the most preferred mode of product distribution – Identify, understand and capitalize.

1 Table of Contents 2

1.1 List of Tables 9

1.2 List of Figures 11

2 Introduction 13

2.1 What is This Report About? 13

3 Neurology Devices in North America 14

3.1 Neurology Devices Cross Country Comparison, Revenue ($m), 2002-2016 14

3.2 Neurology Devices, North America, Overall Revenue ($m), 2002-2016 15

3.3 Neurology Devices, North America, Category Volume (Units), 2002-2016 22

3.4 Neurology Devices, North America, Company share (2008-2009) 27

4 Neurology Devices In United States 29

4.1 Neurology Devices, United States, Overall Revenue ($m), 2002-2016 29

4.2 Neurology Devices, United States, Category Volume (Units), 2002-2016 35

4.3 Neurology Devices, United States, Distribution Share (2008-2009) 40

4.3.1 CSF Management, United States, Distribution Share (2008-2009) 40

4.3.2 Interventional Neurology, United States, Distribution Share (2008-2009) 40

4.3.3 Neurostimulation Devices, United States, Distribution Share (2008-2009) 41

4.3.4 Neurosurgical Products, United States, Distribution Share (2008-2009) 41

4.3.5 Radiosurgery, United States, Distribution Share (2008-2009) 42

4.4 Neurology Devices, United States, Company Share (2008-2009) 43

4.4.1 Neurology Devices, United States, Company Share (2008-2009) 43

4.4.2 CSF Management, United States, Company Share (2008-2009) 45

4.4.3 Interventional Neurology, United States, Company Share (2008-2009) 46

4.4.4 Neurostimulation Devices, United States, Company Share (2008-2009) 48

4.4.5 Neurosurgical Products, United States, Company Share (2008-2009) 49

4.4.6 Radiosurgery, United States, Company Share (2008-2009) 50

5 Neurology Devices In Canada 51

5.1 Neurology Devices, Canada, Overall Revenue ($m), 2002-2016 51

5.2 Neurology Devices, Canada, Category Volume (Units), 2002-2016 57

5.3 Neurology Devices, Canada, Distribution Share (2008-2009) 62

5.3.1 CSF Management, Canada, Distribution Share (2008-2009) 62

5.3.2 Interventional Neurology, Canada, Distribution Share (2008-2009) 62

5.3.3 Neurostimulation Devices, Canada, Distribution Share (2008-2009) 63

5.3.4 Neurosurgical Products, Canada, Distribution Share (2008-2009) 63

5.3.5 Radiosurgery, Canada, Distribution Share (2009) 64

5.4 Neurology Devices, Canada, Company Share (2008-2009) 65

5.4.1 Neurology Devices, Canada, Company Share (2008-2009) 65

5.4.2 CSF Management, Canada, Company Share (2008-2009) 67

5.4.3 Interventional Neurology, Canada, Company Share (2008-2009) 68

5.4.4 Neurostimulation Devices, Canada, Company Share (2008-2009) 69

5.4.5 Neurosurgical Products, Canada, Company Share (2008-2009) 70

5.4.6 Radiosurgery, Canada, Company Share (2009) 71

6 Overview of Key Companies in North America Neurology Devices Market 72

6.1 Medtronic, Inc. 72

6.1.1 Company Overview 72

6.1.2 Share in the North America Neurology Devices Market 72

6.2 Boston Scientific Corporation 73

6.2.1 Company Overview 73

6.2.2 Share in the North America Neurology Devices Market 73

6.3 St. Jude Medical, Inc. 74

6.3.1 Company Overview 74

6.3.2 Share in the North America Neurology Devices Market 74

6.4 Cyberonics, Inc. 75

6.4.1 Company Overview 75

6.4.2 Share in the North America Neurology Devices Market 75

6.5 Cordis Corporation 76

6.5.1 Company Overview 76

6.5.2 Share in the North America Neurology Devices Market 76

6.6 Accuray Incorporated 77

6.6.1 Company Overview 77

6.6.2 Share in the North America Neurology Devices Market 77

6.7 Elekta AB 78

6.7.1 Company Overview 78

6.8 ev3 Inc. 78

6.8.1 Company Overview 78

6.9 Micrus Endovascular Corporation 79

6.9.1 Company Overview 79

6.10 Codman & Shurtleff, Inc. 79

6.10.1 Company Overview 79

6.11 Terumo Corporation 79

6.11.1 Company Overview 79

6.12 B. Braun Melsungen AG 80

6.12.1 Company Overview 80

6.13 Integra LifeSciences Holdings Corporation 80

6.13.1 Company Overview 80

6.14 KARL STORZ GmbH & Co. KG 80

6.14.1 Company Overview 80

7 Neurology Devices Market Pipeline Products 81

8 Financial Deals Landscape 85

8.1 Acquisition 85

8.1.1 Vycor Medical Completes Acquisition of NovaVision 85

8.1.2 Synthes Acquires The Anspach Effort 86

8.1.3 Stryker Acquires Porex Surgical 87

8.1.4 Cardinal Health Sells 13.7% Stake In Carefusion 88

8.1.5 HealthMed Services To Acquire Neural Communicator 89

8.1.6 Masimo Completes Acquisition Of SEDLine 90

8.1.7 Johnson & Johnson Completes Acquisition Of Micrus Endovascular 91

8.1.8 K-Kitz Acquires Bacterin In Reverse Acquisition 93

8.1.9 Covidien Completes Acquisition Of ev3 For $2.6 Billion 94

8.1.10 SEDLine Receives Investment Of $3.5 Million From Masimo 96

8.1.11 CareFusion Receives Tender Offer For Acquisition From TRC Capital 97

8.2 Partnerships 98

8.2.1 Bioness Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Performance Enterprises 98

8.2.2 Bioness Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Aretech 99

8.2.3 Ardiem Medical Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Case Western Reserve University 100

8.2.4 Neurowave Medical Technologies Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Alaven Pharmaceutical 101

9 Recent Developments 102

9.1 Strategy and Business Planning 102

9.1.1 Nov 09, 2010: Medtronic Opens New Distribution Center In Elizabeth, New Jersey 102

9.1.2 Nov 02, 2010: InVivo Therapeutics Opens New Manufacturing And Development Facility In Medford, Massachusetts 102

9.1.3 Oct 21, 2010: Collagen Matrix Expands Operations And Moves Corporate Headquarters To Oakland, New Jersey 102

9.1.4 Aug 26, 2010: Pico-Tesla Opens New Facility In Michigan 103

9.1.5 Aug 24, 2010: Cyberonics Signs Epilepsy Technology Agreements With NeuroVista In Field Of EEG-based Seizure Detection 103

9.1.6 Aug 20, 2010: Integra Opens Center For Research, Education And Training In Irvine, California 104

9.1.7 Aug 19, 2010: Boston Scientific To Invest In New Products: CEO 104

9.1.8 Aug 10, 2010: CareFusion Announces Company-Wide Restructuring 104

9.1.9 Jun 02, 2010: B. Braun Announces Construction Of New Infusion Technology Facility In Melsungen, Germany 105

9.1.10 May 06, 2010: Swedish Cancer Institute And Elekta Renew Partnership Agreement 105

9.1.11 Apr 20, 2010: Siemens Opens National Customer Service Headquarters For 24x7 Service And Support 106

9.1.12 Mar 17, 2010: EnteroMedics Extends Collaboration Agreement With Mayo Clinic For Two Years 106

9.1.13 Mar 15, 2010: Pico-Tesla Opens Florida Office 107

9.1.14 Feb 24, 2010: Zynex Announces Development Of Two New Business Units 107

9.1.15 Feb 17, 2010: Greatbatch Medical Opens New Orthopaedic Design Center In Warsaw, Indiana 107

9.1.16 Feb 11, 2010: St. Jude Medical Expands In Austin, Texas 108

9.2 Legal and Regulatory 108

9.2.1 Nov 10, 2010: St. Jude Medical And AGA Medical Announce Early Termination Of HSR Waiting Period 108

9.2.2 Nov 02, 2010: CSI Settles Employee Lawsuit With ev3 108

9.2.3 Sep 23, 2010: St. Jude Medical Faces Derivative Suit From Shareholders 109

9.2.4 Aug 10, 2010: Best Medical Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against Accuray 109

9.2.5 Jul 12, 2010: Law Offices Of Howard G. Smith Investigates Micrus Acquisition For Shareholders 109

9.2.6 Jul 06, 2010: ev3 Agrees To Settle Stockholder Litigation 109

9.2.7 Jun 01, 2010: Finkelstein Thompson LLP Announces Investigation Of ev3 110

9.2.8 Apr 09, 2010: Robbins Geller Files Class Action Suit Against Boston Scientific 110

9.2.9 Mar 18, 2010: Coughlin Stoia Files Class Action Suit Against St. Jude Medical 111

9.2.10 Feb 23, 2010: Astro-Med Wins $1.5 Million Employee Non-Compete Agreement Suit 111

9.2.11 Jan 11, 2010: Holzer Holzer & Fistel Is Investigating Potential Violations Of Federal Securities Laws By St. Jude Medical 111

9.3 Government and Public Interest 112

9.3.1 Nov 14, 2010: Mental Introspection Increases As Brain Areas Begin To Act In Sync: Georgetown University Medical Center 112

9.3.2 Oct 25, 2010: Radiation Therapy Improves Painful Condition Associated With MS: ASTRO 113

9.3.3 Oct 08, 2010: Senator Grassley Questions VA Official's Relationship With Medtronic 113

9.3.4 Oct 06, 2010: Salk Researchers Map Functional Connections Between Retinal Neurons At Single-Cell Resolution 114

9.3.5 Sep 24, 2010: Scarless Brain Surgery Is New Option For Patients: UCSD And University Of Washington Study 115

9.3.6 Sep 14, 2010: FDA Advisory Committee To Discuss Clinical Trial Design Issues For Neurological Devices 116

9.3.7 Sep 08, 2010: SMU-Led Research Center Aims To Connect Brain Signals To Robotic Limbs 116

9.3.8 Aug 25, 2010: Research Heralds Potential For Early Diagnosis Of Degenerative Brain Disorders 118

9.3.9 Aug 22, 2010: Gene Scan Finds Link Across Array Of Childhood Brain Disorders 118

9.3.10 Aug 12, 2010: Magstim To Sponsor RABS Conference 120

9.3.11 Aug 11, 2010: Boston Scientific Resolves Corporate Warning Letter 120

9.3.12 Aug 10, 2010: Canadian Team Develops Neurochip Technology 120

9.3.13 Aug 05, 2010: EEG Predicts Response To Medication For Schizophrenia: McMaster University 121

9.3.14 Jul 22, 2010: Stanford University School Of Medicine Seeks Patient Enrollment For Alzheimer's Study 122

9.3.15 Jul 12, 2010: MRI Better Than CT Scans At Diagnosing Stroke: New Guideline 122

9.3.16 Jun 30, 2010: New Study Identifies Best Tests For Predicting Alzheimer's Disease: Study 123

9.3.17 Jun 22, 2010: UCLA Brain Scanning Study Has Implications For Advertising, Public Health Campaigns 124

9.3.18 Jun 03, 2010: Governor Designates Cleveland Health And Technology Corridor An Ohio Hub Of Innovation And Opportunity 125

9.3.19 May 11, 2010: Stereotactic Radiosurgery Is Safe And Effective For Selected Children With Arteriovenous Malformations: Mayo Clinic 126

9.3.20 May 04, 2010: Stereotactic Radiosurgery Successful For Most Patients With Large Acoustic Neuromas: Mayo Clinic 127

9.3.21 May 03, 2010: Imaging Study Discovers Brain Development Differences In Kids With Fragile X Syndrome: Study 128

9.3.22 Apr 30, 2010: Tiny Particles May Help Surgeons By Marking Brain Tumors 129

9.3.23 Apr 19, 2010: Surgeons Use Brain Port Device To Treat Brain Cyst 130

9.3.24 Apr 18, 2010: Scientists Develop Brain-Recording Device To Control Seizures 130

9.3.25 Apr 16, 2010: Clinical Study Shows Patients Gain Limb Movement Years After Stroke 132

9.3.26 Apr 09, 2010: CDRH: Research Needed To Explore Side Effects Of Pediatric Devices 133

9.3.27 Apr 01, 2010: UC Researchers Quantify Benefits Of Minimally Invasive Removal For Tumors 133

9.3.28 Mar 22, 2010: Scans Of Brain Networks May Help Predict Injury's Effects 134

9.3.29 Mar 15, 2010: Study: Mechanomyography To Be Accurate In Detecting Nerves 135

9.3.30 Mar 15, 2010: Government Of Canada Unveils New Lab For Brain Disease And Disorders Diagnostics 136

9.4 Product News 137

9.4.1 Aug 10, 2010: NKI To Present Two Research Studies On I-Portal NOTC System At Barany Society Conference 137

9.4.2 Jul 15, 2010: Elekta To Highlight Intelligent Cancer Management Solutions At 2010 AAPM Annual Meeting 138

9.4.3 May 05, 2010: Terumo Announces Its Program For The Global Embolization Symposium And Technologies (GEST) Meeting 138

9.4.4 Mar 09, 2010: MIT Selects Elekta Neuromag To Explore Brain Function 139

9.4.5 Mar 01, 2010: Integra Launches OSV II Lumbar And OSV II Low Flow Lumbar Self-Adjusting Valves 140

9.4.6 Feb 23, 2010: Barnes-Jewish Hospital Treats More Patients With Elekta's Extend Program For Gamma Knife Perfexion 141

9.4.7 Feb 16, 2010: Medtronic Launches Activa RC And Activa PC Neurostimulators In Canada 142

9.4.8 Jan 14, 2010: IMRIS Commercializes IMRISneuro To UMHS 142

10 Appendix 144

10.1 Definitions of Markets Covered in the Report 145

10.1.1 Neurology Devices 145

10.2 Research Methodology 146

10.3 Secondary Research 146

10.4 Primary Research 147

10.5 Models 147

10.6 Forecasts 148

10.7 Expert Panels 148

10.8 GlobalData Consulting 148

10.9 Currency Conversion 149

10.10 Contact Us 149

10.11 Disclaimer 1491.1 List of Tables

Table 1: Neurology Devices, Cross Country Comparison, Revenue ($m), 2002-2016 14

Table 2: Neurology Devices, North America, Overall Revenue ($m), 2002-2016 16

Table 3: Neurology Devices, North America, Cross-Category Analysis, 2002-2016 17

Table 4: Neurology Devices, North America, Overall Revenue ($m), Historic, 2002-2009 19

Table 5: Neurology Devices, North America, Overall Revenue ($m), Forecast, 2009-2016 21

Table 6: Neurology Devices, North America, Category Volume (Units), 2002-2016 22

Table 7: Neurology Devices, North America, Category Volume (Units), Historic, 2002-2009 24

Table 8: Neurology Devices, North America, Category Volume (Units), Forecast, 2009-2016 26

Table 9: Neurology Devices, North America, Company share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 28

Table 10: Neurology Devices, United States, Overall Revenue ($m), 2002-2016 30

Table 11: Neurology Devices, United States, Overall Revenue ($m), Historic, 2002-2009 32

Table 12: Neurology Devices, United States, Overall Revenue ($m), Forecast, 2009-2016 34

Table 13: Neurology Devices, United States, Category Volume (Units), 2002-2016 35

Table 14: Neurology Devices, United States, Category Volume (Units), Historic, 2002-2009 37

Table 15: Neurology Devices, United States, Category Volume (Units), Forecast, 2009-2016 39

Table 16: CSF Management, United States, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 40

Table 17: Interventional Neurology, United States, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 40

Table 18: Neurostimulation Devices, United States, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 41

Table 19: Neurosurgical Products, United States, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 41

Table 20: Radiosurgery, United States, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 42

Table 21: Neurology Devices, United States, Company Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 44

Table 22: CSF Management, United States, Company Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 45

Table 23: Interventional Neurology, United States, Company Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 47

Table 24: Neurostimulation Devices, United States, Company Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 48

Table 25: Neurosurgical Products, United States, Company Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 49

Table 26: Radiosurgery, United States, Company Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 50

Table 27: Neurology Devices, Canada, Overall Revenue ($m), 2002-2016 52

Table 28: Neurology Devices, Canada, Overall Revenue ($m), Historic, 2002-2009 54

Table 29: Neurology Devices, Canada, Overall Revenue ($m), Forecast, 2009-2016 56

Table 30: Neurology Devices, Canada, Category Volume (Units), 2002-2016 57

Table 31: Neurology Devices, Canada, Category Volume (Units), Historic, 2002-2009 59

Table 32: Neurology Devices, Canada, Category Volume (Units), Forecast, 2009-2016 61

Table 33: CSF Management, Canada, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 62

Table 34: Interventional Neurology, Canada, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 62

Table 35: Neurostimulation Devices, Canada, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 63

Table 36: Neurosurgical Products, Canada, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 63

Table 37: Radiosurgery, Canada, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), 2009 64

Table 38: Neurology Devices, Canada, Company Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 66

Table 39: CSF Management, Canada, Company Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 67

Table 40: Interventional Neurology, Canada, Company Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 68

Table 41: Neurostimulation Devices, Canada, Company Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 69

Table 42: Neurosurgical Products, Canada, Company Share by Revenue ($m), 2008-2009 70

Table 43: Radiosurgery, Canada, Company Share by Revenue ($m), 2009 71

Table 44: Neurology Devices Market Pipeline Products 81

Table 45: Vycor Medical Completes Acquisition Of NovaVision 85

Table 46: Synthes Acquires The Anspach Effort 86

Table 47: Stryker Acquires Porex Surgical 87

Table 48: Cardinal Health Sells 13.7% Stake In Carefusion 88

Table 49: HealthMed Services To Acquire Neural Communicator 89

Table 50: Masimo Completes Acquisition Of SEDLine 90

Table 51: Johnson & Johnson Completes Acquisition Of Micrus Endovascular 91

Table 52: K-Kitz Acquires Bacterin In Reverse Acquisition 93

Table 53: Covidien Completes Acquisition Of ev3 For $2.6 Billion 94

Table 54: SEDLine Receives Investment Of $3.5 Million From Masimo 96

Table 55: CareFusion Receives Tender Offer For Acquisition From TRC Capital 97

Table 56: Bioness Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Performance Enterprises 98

Table 57: Bioness Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Aretech 99

Table 58: Ardiem Medical Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Case Western Reserve University 100

Table 59: Neurowave Medical Technologies Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Alaven Pharmaceutical 101

Table 60: USD to Local Currency, North America, Average Exchange Rate 2002-2009 1491.2

List of Figures

Figure 1: Neurology Devices, Cross Country Comparison, Revenue ($m), 2002-2016 14

Figure 2: Neurology Devices, North America, Overall Revenue ($m), 2002-2016 15

Figure 3: Neurology Devices, North America, Cross-Category Analysis, 2002-2016 17

Figure 4: Neurology Devices, North America, Overall Revenue ($m), Historic, 2002-2009 18

Figure 5: Neurology Devices, North America, Overall Revenue ($m), Forecast, 2009-2016 20

Figure 6: Neurology Devices, North America, Category Volume (Units), 2002-2016 22

Figure 7: Neurology Devices, North America, Category Volume (Units), Historic, 2002-2009 23

Figure 8: Neurology Devices, North America, Category Volume (Units), Forecast, 2009-2016 25

Figure 9: Neurology Devices, North America, Company share (%), 2009 27

Figure 10: Neurology Devices, United States, Overall Revenue ($m), 2002-2016 29

Figure 11: Neurology Devices, United States, Overall Revenue ($m), Historic, 2002-2009 31

Figure 12: Neurology Devices, United States, Overall Revenue ($m), Forecast, 2009-2016 33

Figure 13: Neurology Devices, United States, Category Volume (Units), 2002-2016 35

Figure 14: Neurology Devices, United States, Category Volume (Units), Historic, 2002-2009 36

Figure 15: Neurology Devices, United States, Category Volume (Units), Forecast, 2009-2016 38

Figure 16: Neurology Devices, United States, Company Share (%), 2009 43

Figure 17: CSF Management, United States, Company Share (%), 2009 45

Figure 18: Interventional Neurology, United States, Company Share (%), 2009 46

Figure 19: Neurostimulation Devices, United States, Company Share (%), 2009 48

Figure 20: Neurosurgical Products, United States, Company Share (%), 2009 49

Figure 21: Radiosurgery, United States, Company Share (%), 2009 50

Figure 22: Neurology Devices, Canada, Overall Revenue ($m), 2002-2016 51

Figure 23: Neurology Devices, Canada, Overall Revenue ($m), Historic, 2002-2009 53

Figure 24: Neurology Devices, Canada, Overall Revenue ($m), Forecast, 2009-2016 55

Figure 25: Neurology Devices, Canada, Category Volume (Units), 2002-2016 57

Figure 26: Neurology Devices, Canada, Category Volume (Units), Historic, 2002-2009 58

Figure 27: Neurology Devices, Canada, Category Volume (Units), Forecast, 2009-2016 60

Figure 28: Neurology Devices, Canada, Company Share (%), 2009 65

Figure 29: CSF Management, Canada, Company Share (%), 2009 67

Figure 30: Interventional Neurology, Canada, Company Share (%), 2009 68

Figure 31: Neurostimulation Devices, Canada, Company Share (%), 2009 69

Figure 32: Neurosurgical Products, Canada, Company Share (%), 2009 70

Figure 33: Radiosurgery, Canada, Company Share (%), 2009 71

Figure 34: Medtronic, Inc., Company Share (%), North America Neurology Devices Market, 2009 72

Figure 35: Boston Scientific Corporation, Company Share (%), North America Neurology Devices Market, 2009 73

Figure 36: St. Jude Medical, Inc., Company Share (%), North America Neurology Devices Market, 2009 74

Figure 37: Cyberonics, Inc., Company Share (%), North America Neurology Devices Market, 2009 75

Figure 38: Cordis Corporation, Company Share (%), North America Neurology Devices Market, 2009 76

Figure 39: Accuray Incorporated, Company Share (%), North America Neurology Devices Market, 2009 77

Companies mentioned

Medtronic, Inc.

Boston Scientific Corporation

St. Jude Medical, Inc.

Cyberonics, Inc.

Cordis Corporation

Accuray Incorporated

Elekta AB

ev3 Inc.

Micrus Endovascular Corporation

Codman & Shurtleff, Inc.

Terumo Corporation

B. Braun Melsungen AG

Integra LifeSciences Holdings Corporation

KARL STORZ GmbH & Co. KG

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