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2007 a "Record Year" for Successful Validation Studies of Simbionix Simulators
Date:12/13/2007

mprove patient safety. Yael Friedman Ph.D., Simbionix Chief Scientist over Medical Projects noted "We are happy to see that all of the institutes which have validated our products continue to demonstrate the effectiveness and advantage of using our Mentor products for surgical training".

Full details of the validation tests carried out can be seen on Simbionix website:

- For LAP Mentor validation tests, see http://www.simbionix.com/Media_validation_LAP.html

- For ANGIO Mentor validation tests, see http://www.simbionix.com/Media_validation_ANGIO.html

- For GI Mentor validation tests, see http://www.simbionix.com/Media_validation.html

- For URO Mentor validation tests, see http://www.simbionix.com/Media_validation_URO.html

About Simbionix USA Corporation

Simbionix is the industry leader in the development of innovative and effective medical simulation products used for clinical education and training of medical professionals. Simbionix products are designed to accelerate best-practice medical training, advance clinical performance and improve patient safety. The company is committed to continuously innovating and broadening its product offerings with a wide range of training modules, case studies and scenarios, developed in response to the growing importance of clinical training and education as a means of achieving improved patient care.
Additional company information can be found at http://www.simbionix.com

Contact:

Inbal Mazor,

VP Marketing,

mailto:inbal@simbionix.com,

+1-216-229-2040


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