More o' the same. I can't believe that heart cathererizations are an economically sensitive procedure, but that's what the numbers say. Business is down, Japan has lowered the reimbursement rate, too. But the start in Costa Rica has gone remarkably well.
It's remarkable, maybe especially remarkable in the economic climate, that OCT is doing well for a competitor (St Jude?). This procedure is more expensive than FFR with no documented advantages except that it produces remarkably pretty pictures.