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EndoVascular Technologies Inc.

Division of Abbott Laboratories Inc.

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Filling in the Gaps in AAA Repair

The first stent grafts created a market for the endovascular repair of abdominal aortic aneurysms. They also created new problems for start-ups to overcome. New companies have risen to the problem of avoiding endoleaks, with new stent graft designs and attachment systems, and also solutions for continuous monitoring.
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Guidant: The New Rules of the Device Game

As it seeks to capitalize on new opportunities in both its CRM and interventional businesses, Guidant also confronts a device industry whose rules are changing. The second of a two-part series.
Medical Device Leadership

Guidant's Loss of Innocence

Since its 1994 spin off, Guidant has built itself into one of the leading cardiovascular device companies through a deft technology innovation. But a series of recent missteps, most visibly in its AAA graft business but most importantly in its drug-eluting stent business, has caused this former start-up to grow up quickly. But Guidant officials counter that the AAA problems will quickly be put behind and that the drug-eluting stent program will emerge a winner, every bit as strong as its traditional bare metal stent business and its currently robust cardiac rhythm management business.
Medical Device Leadership

Corporate Venture Capital's Complex Agenda

Several forces--rapid technological obsolescence, the impact of information technology on health care, merger integrations, and the need for double digit revenue growth--have caused increasing numbers of large pharmaceutical and medical device companies to create new corporate venture capital groups. But compared to traditional VC firms, whose only goal is to make money for limited partners, corporate VCs have a heavy agenda. They must choose portfolio companies while balancing often-competing goals of strategic benefit and financial return.
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Company Information

  • Industry
  • Medical Devices
  • Therapeutic Areas
  • Alias(es)
  • Ownership
  • Private
  • Headquarters
  • Worldwide
    • North America
      • USA
  • Parent & Subsidiaries
  • Abbott Laboratories Inc.
  • Senior Management
  • G. B Cole, VP, Fin. & CFO
    Ron Gianotti, VP, Sales & Mktg.
    Ronald G Williams, VP, R&D
  • Contact Info
  • EndoVascular Technologies Inc.
    Phone: (650) 325-1600
    1360 O'Brien Dr.
    Menlo Park, CA 94025
    USA
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