Minute Insight: Haemonetics Buys OpSens To Add Fiber-Optic Sensors For Intervention
Haemonetics will acquire Quebec-based OpSens for CAD $2.90 per share, or about US $253m at current exchange rates. Haemonetics expects OpSens' fiber-optic technology to complement its interventional cardiology portfolio.
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