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Bacterin International Signs LOI to Acquire Assets of Robinson MedSurg LLC
Date:3/18/2011

the RMS product line with our antimicrobial coatings.  A number of months ago, we began the 510(k) process to add our coatings to the RMS product line.  We believe this will add an additional and important differentiating IP protection to the product line and hope to receive approval in early 2012."

Robinson MedSurg, founded in 2006 by Dr. Randolph C. Robinson, a dual board-certified craniofacial surgeon, is a private medical device company located near Denver, Colorado.  The company distributes implantable medical devices for maxillofacial, craniofacial, and orthopedic uses.  Robinson MedSurg distributes complete compact bone plating systems; patented small bone generator and craniofacial bone generator distraction devices; and the Patent-pending QuickScrew™ system, a unique pre-loaded surgical screw delivery system that provides a new level of speed and convenience during surgery.  The company has established a dynamic network of independent distributors throughout the United States, and has expanded this network globally.

Upon the completion of the proposed transaction, Dr Robinson, M.D., D.D.S., F.A.A.C.S. will enter into an agreement to support the business, bringing with him a wealth of experience from the cosmetic, dental and reconstructive facial surgery industries.  In addition to authoring numerous publications covering surgery procedures and devices, Dr. Robinson also founded FACE the Challenge, a tax-exempt organization that provides free facial surgeries (primarily children) for people with deformities in developing countries, including South America and Asia.

Dr. Randolph C. Robinson stated, "I have been able to achieve remarkable results in reconstruction surgery with using Bacterin's Osteosponge product line.  This is a superior product enabling me to achieve results that I would never have been able to reach with any other product in the market.  I have devoted a great deal of my pro
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