Laborie Medical Technologies has purchased Clinical Innovations in a deal worth $525 million. The deal is expected to close in early 2020. Through the deal, Clinical Innovations will continue to help mothers and babies through its labor, delivery and neonatal intensive care specialties. “This is a promising deal that will add scale to the overall […]
Laborie Medical Technologies said today that it closed the $214 million acquisition of Cogentix Medical (NSDQ:CGNT). With about 85% of the urology and gynecology device maker’s shares tendered over the weekend, meeting the minimum tender requirement, the stage was set for the deal to close today. The $3.85-per-share cash tender pulled in some 51.5 million shares, for about $198.2 million, […]
Laborie Medical Technologies said today that it agreed to pay $214 million for Cogentix Medical (NSDQ:CGNT) and its line of urology and gynecology devices. Formed by the 2015 merger of Vision-Sciences and Uroplasty, Minnetonka, Minn.-based Cogentix makes the Urgent PC neuromodulation device for treating overactive bladder syndrome, the PrsimeSight cystoscopy and EndoSheath devices and Macroplastique, an injectable soft-tissue bulking agent for […]
Private equity player Audax Group said today it sold Laborie Medical Technologies to Investor AB subsidiary Patricia Industries for an undisclosed amount. Toronto-based Laborie Medical Tech develops and manufactures urological, pelvic health and gastrointestinal medical devices used for diagnosis and treatment of urinary incontinence and other urological and GI conditions, Audax Medical said. Laborie acquired the pelvic muscle […]
Laborie Medical Technologies said it took out a stake in Israel’s Medi-Tate, which is developing devices to treat enlarged prostates, for an unspecified amount. Toronto-based Laborie, which is owned by private equity company Audax Group, in October 2013 acquired the pelvic muscle rehabilitation business of UroMed Technology, also for an undisclosed amount. Akiva, Israel-based Medi-Tate developed a minimally invasive […]
Laborie Medical Technologies said it acquired the pelvic muscle rehabilitation business of UroMed Technology for an undisclosed amount.
Toronto-based Laborie, which is owned by private equity company Audax Group, said the UroMed business expands its offering in the pelvic muscle rehab and conservative therapy space.