Katena Products, a provider of precision ophthalmic instruments, biologics, and devices to hospitals, surgical centers, and ophthalmic and optometric offices, announced the purchase of Eagle Vision.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Founded over 30 years ago by Jerre Freeman, MD, Eagle Vision has become a market leader in the punctal plug product category. These plugs, along with other ancillary devices are primarily used in the treatment of dry eye syndrome, by both ophthalmologists and optometrists in the US and globally.
“The acquisition of the Eagle Vision product line is the second important addition to Katena’s product portfolio in 2016, as we continue to build out our product offerings in the ophthalmic and optometric call points.” Bill Friedberg, CEO of Katena Products, said in a company news release. “We look forward to continuing to be of greater clinical value to our customers, with both organic growth of our existing product lines and through additional acquisitions.”