Analyst: Duodenoscope study is a ray of sunshine on a cloudy day for Ambu

After a discouraging financial guidance from Ambu, which doesn't provide any forecast for endoscope sales for the next financial year, the only saving grace Søren Løntoft Hansen sees for the medtech company is that it has presented exciting clinical data on a new single-use duodenoscope.

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The big financial picture for Ambu this year had largely already been unveiled, and the focus was thus the medtech company's expectations for the upcoming 2021/2022 financial year when the company released a new report on Wednesday.

The new financial guidance, however, disappoints as projections are under those of both analyst consensus estimates and Senior Analyst at Sydbank Søren Løntoft Hansen.

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