Oxford Instruments buys Vickers' neurology group:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Oxford Instruments has bought Vickers Medical's neurology group for £12.7 million ($20 million) in cash. The division produces neurophysiology equipment to diagnose brain and nervous system disorders. The group will join Oxford Instruments' medical systems business. Vickers announced it wanted to sell its entire medical division in September. It sold the rest of the division to Hillenbrand Industries in November for around £60 million.
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