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Abbott Wins FDA Approval For TriClip Repair System, Compete Against Edwards

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Abbott wins FDA approval for TriClip regurgitation therapy, which will compete against Edwards Lifesciences’ recently approved Evoque transcatheter tricuspid valve replacement device. Two analysts expect Tricuspid will be eligible for a new technology add-on payment, which will be positive for Abbott.

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