Edwards LifeSciences: Here's What's Going On in November 2017In 3Q17, Edwards Lifesciences (EW) reported adjusted sales of ~$838 million, which is an underlying growth of ~13% on a year-over-year (or YoY) basis. This performance was driven by double-digit organic growth, partially offset by the seasonal slowdown in the quarter. It witnessed a robust rise in transcatheter aortic valve replacement (or TAVR) procedures n the quarter.
Edwards LifeSciences: Here's What's Going On in November 2017Edwards Lifesciences (EW) is confident that it will report total revenue growth in excess of its previous expectations of 10%–14% for 2017. The expected growth is based mainly on the rapid adoption of the company’s transcatheter therapies in the United States and in international markets. The company has also benefited from stable average selling prices around the world. Interested in EW? Don't miss the next report.
In 3Q17, Align Technology (ALGN) reported total revenues close to $385.3 million, which represents YoY (year-over-year) growth of ~38.3% and QoQ (quarter-over-quarter) growth of ~8.1%. This growth was driven by the rapid uptake of Invisalign cases across geographies and rising demand for iTero scanners. In 3Q17, Align reported revenues of $341.6 million from the sale of Clear Aligners, representing 6.4% growth on QoQ basis and 40.2% rise on YoY basis.
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Selecting a term
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