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Xarelto Sales Data

Rank 40 Current sales rank, all
U.S. Pharmaceuticals.

Last updated: February 2014 (updated quarterly).
The following data shows Xarelto U.S. retail sales in Q4 2013 compared to previous quarters.

Date Range Sales Rank Sales ($000) Units (000)
Q4 2013 40 (10) 18.72% 15.58%
Q3 2013 50 (21) 25.74% 21.88%
Q2 2013 71 ()

* Units refer to the number of packages sold.

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