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Health Robotics Announces First Five i.v.STATION(TM) Robot Shipments and Receipt of 3L/3T Innovation Award
Date:10/12/2009

BOZEN, Italy, October 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Health Robotics today announced the manufacturing, shipment, and subsequent field installation of the first five i.v.STATION post-prototype robots in the United States of America and in Spain within the September to November timeframe this year; concurrently, Health Robotics also made the announcement of its i.v.STATION robot's winning of the Area Science Park 3L 3T Innovation Award, which is given to the best technology product across all industries.

i.v.STATION represents a revolutionary approach in the quest for safe, accurate, efficient, and cost effective intravenous and ready-to-administer patient doses. It offers unprecedented reduction of medication errors, ISO compliant accuracy, sterility, and clinician labor savings, all within a scalable, cost-effective, distributed, and fail-safe architecture. The first 5 of 20 i.v.STATION installations are scheduled to begin at selected installations in Spain and the United States of America within the next four to five weeks.

During the ceremony celebrating the 3L 3T Innovation Award, Paolo Giribona, Director of Research of Development for Health Robotics stated: "After quite an intense summer we are very pleased both in winning the 3L 3T Innovation Award and with the initial results of i.v.STATION in laboratory and factory tests, quite sufficient in my opinion to feel confident about releasing i.v.STATION for installations this Fall, as we had planned all along after the results of two generation of prototypes we built in late 2008 and early 2009." For a transcript of the entire Q&A session with Paolo Giribona during the Award ceremony, please visit: http://www.health-robotics.com/en/about-health-robotics/executive-interviews/

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