Intuitive Remains Cautious For H2, Announces Extended Use Program For Instruments
Intuitive reported better-than-expected second-quarter revenues and announced plans to roll out a new extended use program for certain surgical instruments, but remains cautious for the second half amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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