EOS imaging, a developer of medical imaging systems, has announced the signing of the acquisition agreement of OneFit Medical, publisher of knee and hip surgery planning software and manufacturer of patient-specific cutting guides for orthopaedic surgeries.

The acquisition is subject to the customary closing conditions.

OneFit Medical’s software offer will be incorporated within the software solution portfolio currently developed by EOS imaging, which is based on its proprietary patient-specific 3D images with anatomic information content.

Associated with the sterEOS workstation and available on line, it will initially allow surgeons to plan the choice and fitting of implants in 3D.

Ongoing developments could later allow the design of patient-specific cutting guides obtained from EOS 3D images in substitution to the CT scan or MRI exams that are currently required to draw up these guides.

OneFit Medical will continue to provide its services to implant companies and develop innovative new solutions to simplify and improve the quality of orthopedic surgery.

It will also immediately benefit from EOS imaging presence in 31 countries, its installed base and its substantial technological recognition within the international scientific and medical community.

EOS imaging will acquire 100% of OneFit Medical for €4m, including €0.5m in cash and the equivalent of €3.5m through the issuing of 603.449 EOS imaging ABSAs (shares with warrants attached) to OneFit Medical.

Furthermore, an additional €1m, tied to the achievement of regulatory and revenue targets, will be paid to OneFit Medical in the form of 1.810.347 warrants enabling it to subscribe to 172.416 new EOS imaging shares.

EOS imaging CEO Marie Meynadier noted the acquisition of OneFit Medical represents a rare opportunity to intensify the company’s growth strategy by expanding its offer in orthopedic imaging and related services.

"OneFit Medical’s exceptional expertise in 3D planning software and patient-specific instruments will enable us to use EOS’ information in operating rooms by providing surgeons with a comprehensive solution from diagnosis imaging to surgery," Meynadier added.