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Slow, Steady Growth For Interventional Cardiology

Executive Summary

The US interventional cardiology device market will grow slowly over the next four years, according to Medtech Insight. Although it is dwarfed by stents and PTCA technologies, the coronary atherectomy segment will outpace the field over the forecast period.

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