Stryker Charges Up EMS Business With Billion-Dollar Buy Of Physio-Control
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Automated external defibrillator firm Physio-Control will sit in Stryker's existing Emergency Medical Services business once the $1.28 billion acquisition is complete. The expanded division will be "the segment leader in EMS equipment,” Stryker says.
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