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Bausch + Lomb prestes a adquirir a Technolas Perfect Vision GmbH
Date:11/7/2012

ROCHESTER, Nova York e MUNIQUE, 7 de novembro de 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Bausch + Lomb, a empresa global de saúde ocular, anunciou hoje que exerceu sua opção de adquirir todas as ações em circulação e sem controle da Technolas™ Perfect Vision GmbH (TPV), empresa líder em laser oftalmológico. A Technolas Perfect Vision foi criada em 2009 através de uma joint venture entre a Bausch + Lomb e a 20/10 PERFECT VISION AG para desenvolver e vender tecnologias avançadas refrativas e de catarata. O acordo deverá ser concluído no final de janeiro de 2013.

A Bausch + Lomb e a Technolas Perfect Vision entraram em um acordo de copromoção em setembro de 2011, o qual incluía também uma opção para a Bausch + Lomb de compra da empresa, caso certos marcos importantes fossem alcançados. Desde aquela época, as empresas alavancaram sua expertise combinada em catarata e refrativa e as capacidades comerciais para promover e desenvolver ainda mais o laser de femtosegundos VICTUS™, que é capaz de apoiar procedimentos de catarata e de córnea em uma única plataforma. Nos últimos doze meses, a plataforma VICTUS recebeu aprovação para comercialização das autoridades reguladoras na Europa e nos EUA e as empresas continuam a apresentar registros em outras partes do mundo enquanto aceleram as implantações.

"A aquisição da Technolas Perfect Vision representa um marco importante para a Bausch + Lomb, mas talvez mais importante ainda, para pacientes com catarata e refrativos em todo o mundo", disse Brent Saunders, presidente e CEO da Bausch + Lomb. "A equipe da Technolas Perfect Vision construiu uma grande empresa e da minha perspectiva, os lasers oftalmológicos mais inovadores do setor."

"Nossos sistemas de procedimentos refrativos e de catarata
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