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- n. The field of minimally invasive internal surgery, such as endoscopies
In addition to the 15 operating rooms that are currently in place, including three state of the art endosurgery suites, there is a nearly completed expansion to 23 operating rooms that will include 8 fully equipped endosurgery suites.
The Company's products serve the clinical areas of sports medicine-arthroscopy, powered surgical instruments, electrosurgery, cardiac monitoring disposables, endosurgery and endoscopic technologies.
Consolidated revenue fell 5%, as the company balanced double-digit declines in stent revenue and high single-digit declines in cardiac rhythm management with modest growth in endosurgery and neuromodulation.
The Company's products serve the clinical areas of arthroscopy, powered surgical instruments, electrosurgery, cardiac monitoring disposables, endosurgery and endoscopic technologies.
Its devices are used to diagnose and treat conditions in a variety of medical fields, including cardiology (cardiovascular group), gynecology and urology (endosurgery group), pain management (neuromodulation), and heart failure and arrhythmia (cardiac rhythm management group).
As this is the start of Ray's seventh day on the job, he'll also be joined during the question-and-answer session today by Fred Colen, head of our CRM business; Hank Kucheman, head of our cardiovascular business; Steve Moreci, head of our endosurgery business; Joe Fitzgerald, head of our peripheral intervention business; Michael Onuscheck, head of our neuromodulation business; David McFaul, head of our international businesses; and Dr. Donald Baim, Chief Medical and Scientific Officer.
The endosurgery folks have continued their string of steady performance, its up 6% constant currency for the quarter with endoscopy growing 6% and urology/gynecology growing 7%.
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