The Vygon Group Acquires Perouse Medical to Expand Vascular Access Products Portfolio

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The Vygon Group, a France-based manufacturer of single-use medical products has acquired Perouse Medical for an undisclosed amount, according to press releases.

According to its website, Vygon designs, manufactures, and markets single-use medical devices for healthcare professionals in hospitals, and for private and independent practitioners. Vygon’s website lists among its offerings vascular access catheters, I.V. administration sets and accessories, anesthesia needles, ventilation tubes, and feeding tubes. According to the press release, Vygon generated revenues of $285 million in 2014 and has a presence in over 100 countries through a network of 25 subsidiaries and 79 distributors.

According to its website, Perouse Medical is a French company that designs, manufactures, and markets medical products for the cardiovascular, interventional imaging, and oncology fields. Perouse’s website states that its product offerings are directed towards cardiovascular medical devices (stents, vascular grafts and patches, radial compression and inflation systems, hemostatic valves, and angiographic syringes) and long-term vascular access devices (implantable ports, PICCs, Huber needles, and catheter maintenance dressings). The press release notes that Perouse Medical generated revenues of $31.4 million in 2014 and has a presence in 90 countries through a network of 200 distributors.

The press release states that the acquisition expands both Vygon’s product portfolio and Vygon’s patent portfolio, strengthening Vygon’s position in the long-term vascular access market, a market worth $2.3 billion and growing annually at 12 percent. Perouse Medical will be the cardiovascular and long-term vascular access specialist unit within the Vygon Group. According to the press release, Perouse Medical’s patent portfolio of 162 patents will also become property of Vygon.

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Show Wang is an associate in our Orange County office. In 2009, Mr. Wang graduated with a degree in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University, where he researched and built low-cost wireless ECG machines. After graduation, Mr. Wang worked at a hedge fund before helping a biomedical startup model the thermal profiles of surgically-implantable cooling chips. While attending law school, Mr. Wang spent some time at the USPTO as an examiner extern. Mr. Wang graduated from New York University School of Law in 2014. Mr. Wang was a summer associate with the firm in 2013, and joined the firm as an associate in 2014.
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