Hansen Medical Inc (HNSN): Cary Guy Vance , President and CEO of Hansen Medical Inc sold 596 shares on Jun 8, 2016. The Insider selling transaction was reported by the company on Jun 10, 2016 to the Securities and Exchange Commission. The shares were sold at $3.99 per share for a total value of $2,378.04 , the company said in a SEC Form 4 Filing.
Other Insider transactions have been reported by the company according to SEC Form 4, on Mar 9, 2016, Brian Sheahan (VP, Regulatory, Clinical & QA) sold 161 shares at $2.51 per share price.On Feb 17, 2016, Joseph James Guido (VP, Marketing & Business Dev) sold 2,000 shares at $2.34 per share price.Also, On Feb 17, 2016, Robert O Cathcart (SVP, Global Sales) sold 284 shares at $2.34 per share price.On May 15, 2015, Family Foundation Schuler (10% owner) purchased 2.361225E7 shares at $0.00 per share price.
Shares of Hansen Medical (HNSN) ended Thursday, Jun 9, 2016 session in red amid volatile trading. The shares closed down -0.01 points or -0.25% at $3.97 with 17,623 shares getting traded. Post opening the session at $3.97, the shares hit an intraday low of $3.97 and an intraday high of $3.98 and the price vacillated in this range throughout the day. The company has a market cap of $75 M and the number of outstanding shares has been calculated to be 1,89,89,610 shares. The 52-week high of Hansen Medical is $12.2 and the 52-week low is $1.28.
Hansen Medical Inc. is engaged in the development and marketing of medical devices. The Company develops manufactures and sells medical robotics designed for accurate positioning manipulation and stable control of catheters and catheter-based technologies. Its technology is used in medical procedures that are reliant upon tools like guide wires catheters sheaths balloons and stents. Its products include Sensei Robotic Catheter System (Sensei system) Artisan Extend Control Catheter (Artisan catheter) CoHesion 3D Visualization Module and Magellan Robotic System. Its Hansen Medical Solution consists of two modules: a physician control console and a patient-side module that can be connected to procedure tables. Physicians sit at control console outside the radiation field and use hands to control and navigate disposable catheters which are attached to the patient-side module. Its catheters deliver third-party catheters and catheter-based technologies to specific sites.