Allegiance was acquired by Cardinal Health on February 3, 1999

Medical Products Company

Out of 60 sectors in the Mergr database, medical products ranked 15 in number of deals in 1999. The largest medical products acquisition in 1999 was Allegiance - which was acquired by Cardinal Health for $5.4B.

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Allegiance Corp.

One Barter Parkway,
Deerfield, Illinois 60015
United States,
(847) 948-3781

Allegiance Corp., a hospital supply company. Allegiance makes surgical instruments, rubber gloves and other operating room supplies.


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