Fysicon B.V. has been acquired by Canon Medical Systems
Canon Medical Systems Corporation, a Japan-based developer of medical diagnostic imaging systems and medical solutions, has acquired Fysicon B.V., a developer of healthcare information systems in the Netherlands, for an undisclosed consideration.
Fysicon is a developer and assembler of innovative medical software and hardware for hospitals, clinics and research institutes. Since its foundation in 1996 and with unique advanced technologies and clinical evidence, Fysicon has developed and manufactured product families such as cardiovascular monitoring systems. Fysicon's CEO Linda Elberse, said: "Now we are ready to take our business to the next level, and we truly appreciate the Dutch team's role in helping to make it happen."
Canon Medical Systems Corporation develops medical diagnostic imaging systems and medical solutions. It offers angiography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance, ultrasound, X-ray, nuclear medicine, healthcare imaging informatics systems and RF amplifier components. The company was founded in 1930 and is headquartered in Otawara-shi, Japan, with subsidiaries in Japan, North America, South America, Europe, Africa, the Mid-East, Asia, and Oceania.
Oaklins' healthcare team in the Netherlands advised the selling shareholder throughout the process.
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David van Ass
Senior AssociateAmsterdam, Netherlands
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