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PeriGen Acquires LMS Assets

July 28, 2009
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Princeton, N.J.-based PeriGen, an OB-specific risk reduction solution for hospitals, has acquired the software and related assets of LMS Medical Systems, the Montreal, Canada-based provider of maternal-fetal monitoring and interpretive technologies.

Currently contracted in 36 hospitals nationwide, PeriGen’s clinical decision support system has supported more than 310,000 births and is built on more than 6,500 OB protocols, regulatory standards, and best practices. With the acquisition, PeriGen expands its reach into Canada and adds a number of patents and proprietary OB technologies which are cleared by the FDA, licensed by Health Canada, and bear the CE mark for Europe.

Terms of the transaction are not being disclosed.

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