AtriCure to Announce Third Quarter 2013 Financial Results
AtriCure, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATRC), a leading atrial fibrillation solutions partner providing innovative products, professional education and support for clinical science to reduce the economic and social burden of atrial fibrillation, will release its financial results for the third quarter of 2013 on Tuesday, October 29, 2013.
AtriCure will host a conference call at 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time on Tuesday, October 29, 2013 to discuss its third quarter 2013 financial results. A live webcast of the conference call will be available online from the investor relations page of AtriCure’s corporate website at www.atricure.com .
Pre-registration is available and recommended for this call at the following URL:
You may also access this call through an operator by calling (888) 713-4211 for domestic callers and (617) 213-4864 for international callers at least 15 minutes prior to the call start time using reservation code 83850169.
The webcast will be available on AtriCure’s website and a telephonic replay of the call will also be available through November 29, 2013. The replay dial-in numbers are (888) 286-8010 for domestic callers and (617) 801-6888 for international callers. The reservation code is 29085641.
About AtriCure, Inc.
AtriCure, Inc. is a leading atrial fibrillation solutions partner, providing innovative products, professional education and support for clinical science to reduce the economic and social burden of atrial fibrillation. AtriCure's Synergy Ablation System is the first and only device approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the surgical treatment of Persistent and Longstanding Persistent forms of Afib in patients undergoing certain open heart procedures concomitantly (simultaneously). AtriCure's AtriClip™ Left Atrial Appendage (LAA) occlusion device is the most widely implanted device for LAA management worldwide. Afib affects more than two million people worldwide and is estimated to cost more than $6.5 billion annually in healthcare expenses. The number affected by Afib is expected to grow to 12 million by 2050.