Before the coronavirus pandemic hit, medtech companies large and small were making notable news with a number of innovative heart devices.
Some of these same companies took a big hit to their bottom lines when the danger of spreading COVID-19 and using up precious personal protective equipment convinced hospitals to limit non-urgent procedures.
Now hospitals are looking at ways to safely return to business-as-usual — they and the medical device industry as a whole hope to improve their balance sheets. For example, Medtronic (NYSE:MDT) CEO Geoff Martha and CFO Karen Parkhill expressed optimism in an analyst call today that their company’s businesses already are showing signs of a rebound in the month of May.
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