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By Kevin McCauley • O’Dwyer’s Newsletter

Stanton PR & Marketing is handling Bain Capital’s re-acquisition of Physio-Control, emergency medical response technology unit, from Medtronic.

Mitt Romney’s former firm took Physio public in 1995, reaping about $170M in the deal. Bain paid $8M to acquire the Richmond, Wash.-based Physio from Eli Lilly 16 months earlier.

In the latest deal, BC is paying $487M for Physio in a transaction that is expected to be completed during the next year’s first quarter.

Physio markets Lifepak monitors/defibrillators used by ambulance staffers and automated external defibrillators used by lay responders at airports, schools and jobsites in the case of a cardiac emergency.

Physio president Brian Webster helm the 1,000 employee operation when it returns to Bain’s fold.

Alex Stanton handles media for Bain’s latest deal.