Wearables are being used for everything from smoking cessation to epilepsy management.
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Alcon acquired Tear Film Innovations, a company that makes a device to treat a leading cause of dry eye.
In the deal, the St. Paul, MN-based company will acquire M*Modal’s technology business in a deal valued at $1 billion.
These companies, devices, and concepts struggled in 2018 – some even past the point of recovery. Here is a list of those with the greatest losses this year.
The new system, known as SOZO, aids in the clinical assessment of bilateral lymphedema in adult cancer patients by identifying those at risk.
ReShape Medical will sell its intra-gastric balloon and acquire the Lap-Band in a deal worth about $17 million that has implications for the obesity treatment landscape.
FDA approved a smart programmer for Medtronic's InterStim neuromodulation therapy system used for the treatment of overactive bladder, chronic fecal incontinence, and non-obstructive urinary retention.
Boston Scientific is Editor’s Choice for 2018 Company of the Year because of its numerous acquisitions, meticulous planning, and its unwillingness to stay silent when tackling controversy. The Marlborough, MA-based company is on the cusp of change.
Sonic Healthcare revealed it has entered into an agreement to acquire Aurora Diagnostics for $540 million.
An initiative at Nottingham University Hospital in Nottingham, England is making it easier for pediatric transplant patients and their caregivers to collect blood samples at home for therapeutic drug monitoring.