Posts tagged device
Arch advances 510(k) filing for AC5 hemostat

Arch Therapeutics (OTCQB:ARTH) announced that the 510(k) filing for external use of the AC5 Topical Hemostatic device would be advanced to mid-2017 from the previously announced target of late 2017.

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Mackie ups Profound Medical price target to $4.40

Mackie Research Capital raised its price target for Profound Medical (TSX-V:PRN) to $4.40 from $3.30 after the company reported third quarter results. The stock closed at $1 on Thursday.

Analyst Andre Uddin writes that his new valuation is based on applying a multiple of 4.2 times enterprise value to sales on a 2019 sales estimate to $86-million, discounted back by 50%.

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Canaccord and BTIG start iRhythm at buy

BTIG initiated coverage of iRhythm Technologies (NASDAQ:IRTC) with a “buy” rating and a $28 price target. The stock closed at $24.23 on Friday.

iRhythm is a digital health care company redefining the way cardiac arrhythmias are clinically diagnosed. The company combines wearable biosensor devices worn for up to 14 days and cloud-based data analytics with powerful proprietary algorithms that distil data from millions of heartbeats into clinically actionable information.

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Rodman starts Presbia at buy

Rodman & Renshaw has initiated coverage of Presbia PLC (NASDAQ:LENS) with the “buy” rating and 18-month price target of $14. The stock closed at $3.90 on Tuesday.

Presbia has a novel corneal inlay product, the Flexivue Microlens, aimed at treating presbyopia, or nearsightedness.

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HCW starts Windtree Therapeutics at buy

H.C. Wainwright has launched coverage of Windtree Therapeutics (NASDAQ:WINT) with a “buy” rating and $8 price target, ahead of study readouts on tap for the next 12 months. The stock closed at $3.03 on Thursday.

“We believe that the company’s investigational drug/device combination, Aerosurf, which aims to deliver aerosolized surfactant to neonates with respiratory distress syndrome (RDS), is competitively positioned to be the first deliverable, noninvasive surfactant therapy in an otherwise under saturated market,” writes analyst Andrew Fein.

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