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By Brian Marckx, CFA READ THE FULL VIVE RESEARCH REPORT NASDAQ:VIVE Viveve (NASDAQ:VIVE) reported financial results for their fiscal Q1’19 and provided a business update. Relative to the financials, ...
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Q4 Results: Warning Letter Headwinds Persist, Although Dissipating. Viveve (VIVE) reported Q4 financial results and provided a business update. While this is down 12% from the prior year, it is about 16% better than what we had anticipated (prior to the preannouncement) and, per management’s comments on the call, reflective of the continued hangover from FDA’s late-July warning letter (which, as a reminder, was not addressed to Viveve but did cause industry-wide disruptions).
Viveve Medical Inc is a women's sexual health company focused on the commercialization of a non-surgical, non-ablative medical device that remodels collagen and restores vaginal tissue. Warning! GuruFocus has detected 4 Warning Signs with VIVE.
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Earlier this week Viveve (VIVE) preannounced expected Q4 revenue of ~$4.4M (~16% ahead of our since-revised estimate), issued initial 2019 revenue guidance of $20.0M (~17% below our since-revised estimate) and outlined an already-underway operational restructuring plan aimed at slashing expenses and refocusing sales efforts at the physician (i.e. Q4 numbers (vs our estimates) are 57 (vs 55 E) unit sales, including 48 (vs 40 E) in the U.S. and 9 (vs 15) OUS and 4,600 (vs 5,047 E) consumable treatment tips. The ~$4.4M in expected Q4 revenue implies declines of 13% from Q4’17 and 8% from Q3’18.
It has been a busy few weeks for Viveve (VIVE). In addition to raising nearly $19M (net) via the sale of common shares, they recently announced compelling 12-month results from their n=36 SUI feasibility study and got the green light from FDA to forge ahead with VIVEVE II (their pivotal U.S. study in sexual function). Earlier this month Viveve announced 12-month results of its feasibility study evaluating their Viveve System technology for the treatment of women with mild-to-moderate stress urinary incontinence (SUI).
Viveve (VIVE) reported Q3 2018 financial results and provided a business update. While VIVE was not one of the seven, we are not overly surprised that this has caused what appears to be an overly cautious market reaction given FDA’s language in the letter that these devices (i.e.
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Viveve (VIVE) reported Q2 2018 financial results and provided a business update. While international sales faltered, falling 18% from the prior year, that overseas weakness was much more than offset by extraordinarily robust domestic sales. Strength of the U.S. business, which also saw big gains on treatment tip ASPs and resultant widening of related margins, was attributed to increased production following the sales force realignment.
On July 30th FDA issued a Safety Communications letter warning against the use of “Energy-Based Devices to Perform Vaginal ‘Rejuvenation’ of Vaginal Cosmetic Procedures”. The purpose of the letter is to “alert patients and health care providers that the use of energy-based devices to perform vaginal "rejuvenation," cosmetic vaginal procedures, or non-surgical vaginal procedures to treat symptoms related to menopause, urinary incontinence, or sexual function may be associated with serious adverse events. FDA notes that they are aware of certain device manufacturers that may be marketing for these purposes – none of which are approved for those indications.
Last week Viveve (VIVE) announced what we would characterize as potentially compelling 6-month data from its ongoing SUI 12-month feasibility study. Listed under clinicaltrials.org Identifier: NCT03066180, the single-arm, 36-subject study is being conducted at Dr. Bruce Allan’s Allan Centre (Dr. Allan was also the principal investigator for the VIVEVE I vaginal laxity/sexual function study) in Calgary, Canada. While only a single-arm feasibility study, it was clearly designed to be consistent with FDA's recommendations for SUI-device pivotal studies (FDA's guidance for Clinical Investigations of Devices Indicated for the Treatment of Urinary Incontinence).
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