News of Note—J&J launches neurovascular business; Olympus to pay $6.6M over superbug outbreak

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> Johnson & Johnson unveiled a new neurovascular business, dubbed Cerenovus, which includes products that the conglomerate's Codman Neuro unit picked up in its acquisitions of Pulsar Vascular and stroke care company Neuravi. Release

> A jury ordered endoscope maker Olympus to fork over $6.6 million in damages to a Seattle hospital. The verdict concludes an eight-week trial surrounding the company's endoscopes and drug-resistant infections. MedCityNews story | Read more

> Roxwood Medical has struck a deal with Abbott to distribute its cardiovascular catheters in the U.S. Release

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