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Pulse Biosciences Inc PLSE.OQ (NASDAQ Stock Exchange Capital Market)

18.09 USD
+0.00 (+0.00%)
As of Feb 15
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Previous Close 18.09
Open 18.35
Volume 30,775
3m Avg Volume 21,435
Today’s High 18.64
Today’s Low 17.94
52 Week High 22.31
52 Week Low 8.64
Shares Outstanding (mil) 20.58
Market Capitalization (mil) 372.27
Forward P/E --
Dividend (Yield %) -- ( -- )

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KEY STATS

Revenue (mm, USD)
FY18
0
FY17
0
FY16
0
EPS (USD)
FY18
-2.200
FY17
-1.711
FY16
-0.783
*Note: Units in Millions of U.S. Dollars
**Note: Units in U.S. Dollars

KEY RATIOS

Price to Earnings (TTM)
vs sector
--
35.99
Price to Sales (TTM)
vs sector
--
10.11
Price to Book (MRQ)
vs sector
5.61
4.60
Price to Cash Flow (TTM)
vs sector
--
26.60
Total Debt to Equity (MRQ)
vs sector
--
16.95
LT Debt to Equity (MRQ)
vs sector
--
13.45
Return on Investment (TTM)
vs sector
-65.22
12.72
Return on Equity (TTM)
vs sector
-66.85
13.73

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

COMPANY PROFILE

Sector: Healthcare
Industry: Advanced Medical Equipment & Technology
Address:

3957 Point Eden Way
HAYWARD   CA   94545-3720

Phone: +1510.9064600
Site:

Pulse Biosciences, Inc. is a clinical-stage medical device company using a platform technology called Nano-Pulse stimulating (NPS). NPS is a non-thermal, precise, focal drug-free electroceutical treatment technology that initiates cell death within treated tissue. NPS provides treatment in a range of immuno-oncology, dermatology and aesthetic applications. It offers treatment for minimally invasive applications, such as cardiac ablation, lung disease, Barret's esophagus, thyroid nodules, and ear, nose and throat (ENT) papillomas. The Company is developing PulseTx system (PulseTx), a system for the delivery of NPS treatments. The PulseTx system delivers NPS pulses through its tunable pulse generator and its planned suite of electrodes. The PulseTx system pulses are applied directly to tissue through electrodes, creating transient nanometer pores in cell and organelle membranes.

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