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Reportlinker Adds The Drug-Eluting Stent Market Outlook to 2016
Date:5/26/2011

oston Scientific)

Taxus Petal paclitaxel-eluting stent (Boston Scientific)

Odyssey (Boston Scientific)

XIENCE Nano (Abbott labs)

Protex coronary stent system (Nexeon MedSystems)

CoroflexDEBlue stent (B. Braun Melsungen)

Key players in the DES market

Summary

Introduction

Relative positioning of the leading market participants

Boston Scientific

Abbott Laboratories

Cordis (Johnson & Johnson)

Medtronic

Product growth and share snapshot

Emerging players

Relative positioning of the emerging market participants

Opto Circuits

Sahajanand Medical Technologies

Blue Medical Devices

Biosensors International

Stentys

MicroPort Scientific

Orbus-Neich Medical

Appendix

Scope

Methodology

Glossary/Abbreviations

References

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