Analyst: Positive results from Ambu's Duodeno 1.5 reflected in Ambu shares

On Monday, Ambu reported that 59 of 60 procedures completed with its improved duodenoscope, the Ascope Duodeno 1.5, were successful in a recent clinical test. An analyst from Sydbank sees the rewards in Ambu's share price.

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Today's positive results from Ambu's clinical study with its new and improved duodenoscope product, the Ascope Duodeno 1.5, have been received well by investors, who have sent Ambu's share price up, as observed by Senior Equity Analyst at Sydbank Søren Løntoft Hansen.

On Monday morning, Ambu shares have increased in price by 5.4 percent to total DKK 200.1 (USD 30,4) on the stock exchange in Copenhagen.

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