Top Medtech[y] Stories From Last Week: September 26, 2016
Posted on September 26, 2016 by Medtech[y] Staff
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A new clinical study found that the LATERA Absorbable Nasal Implant from Spirox significantly reduced nasal obstruction symptoms in patients with nasal valve collapse out to one year.
Ten years ago, if you were to put money on a intimate care device launching out of a top flight medical device incubator, you would've been laughed out of the room. Well, that's exactly what's happened.
Boston Scientific CEO, Mike Mahoney, sat down with Mad Money's Jim Cramer on Wednesday evening to discuss a number of topics, including how innovation has helped Boston Scientific's stock lift over 30% in the last year.
As a sales rep, you hear rumors of reps selling their trunk stock on the side but we've never found evidence that reps were actually doing it. The closest thing we heard was a rep in Miami selling implants to surgeons and they would turn around and sell the implants in South America.
Last week, the annual meeting of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST) took place in Waikoloa, Hawaii. Compared to most annual meetings, the AAST looked to be full of great camaraderie based on the Twitter engagement from the meeting.
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