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NEW YORK – Becton Dickinson reported today that its fiscal year 2020 first quarter revenues rose 2 percent year over year. However, the firm lowered its guidance for the year due to evolving regulatory strategies for upgrades to its Alaris pump system.

For the three months ended Dec. 31, the company posted revenues of $4.23 billion compared to $4.16 billion in the year-ago quarter, and beat Wall Street analysts' average estimate of $4.18 billion. On a currency-neutral basis, revenues grew 2.5 percent, the firm said.

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