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Spectros Signs New International Distribution Deals
Date:11/4/2009

PORTOLA VALLEY, Calif., Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Spectros, developer and manufacturer of advanced molecular sensing and imaging devices which shed light on life-threatening diseases, announced today that it has signed exclusive distribution deals for both its T-Stat® VLS Tissue Oximeter and Sensors. The markets covered include Australia, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg (Benelux), Suriname, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Greece, Turkey, and Russia. The values of the deals were not disclosed.

Founded in 1995, Spectros develops tissue oximeters and sensors for various uses with applications in critical care, gastroenterology, colon-rectal surgery, plastic surgery, and vascular surgery. T-Stat® VLS Tissue Oximeter is an FDA-approved and CE Marking device approved for neonatal, pediatric, and adult use.

"We are proud to be working with our new partners, Endovations in Australia, Fysicon Medical Technology in the Netherlands, and A.M.I. Italia s.r.l. in Italy, who are providing the T-Stat® franchise in their respective markets in order to realize our potential," said David Benaron, CEO of Spectros. "Support of our technology is a testament to their commitment to offering their healthcare communities with innovative and life-saving solutions," commented Robert Kum, director of commercial development.

The T-Stat® franchise includes the T-Stat® VLS Tissue Oximeter, utilizing Visible Light Spectroscopy (VLS), a multi-wavelength, noninvasive, continuous, real-time monitor of absolute hemoglobin oxygen saturation. The T-Stat® Sensors allow for ischemia monitoring in various applications, including critical care (neonatal, pediatric, and adult), gastroenterology (G.I. ischemia diagnosis), colon-rectal surgery (anastomosis), plastic surgery (free flaps), and vascular surgery (AAA, TAAA, and EVAR).

Based in Australia, Endovations Pty. Ltd. is a leader in the field
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