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Health Robotics Announces Strategic Partnership in Japan for its CytoCare(TM) Robot with TOSHO Inc.
Date:11/10/2008

ager, TOSHO, Inc.

Health-Robotics has developed and installed the world's first and only totally automated system for safe preparation of patient-specific hazardous IV Admixtures in Europe, the United States of America, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East. While other companies have for years made promises of robotic IV automation products, and even showcased marketing demonstrations of competing solutions that were supposed to exist as far back as ten years ago, the fact remains that CytoCare(TM) is the only available solution that currently exists anywhere in the world to automatically compound and prepare ready-to-administer hazardous and non-hazardous IV Admixtures, and that has been proven in a "live" hospital pharmacy environment.

"Everyone in our company is extremely proud to have been selected by TOSHO Inc. and to partner with a company with such a long and successful tradition in Pharmacy Automation. The fact that, despite TOSHO Inc. clearly having both the financial ability and the technical know-how to develop a competing solution to CytoCare(TM), they have instead chosen to market and support our Robots means a great deal to Health Robotics and all of our employees. We are very pleased to be working with such a world-class organization as TOSHO Inc. They join a growing list of prestigious health care providers all over the world that have previously adopted our IV Admixture Robotic solutions CytoCare(TM) and IV Station(TM)," stated Werner Rainer, CEO of Health Robotics.

"From a customer adoption perspective I would like to share that in the two years since we started this journey, we have installed more IV robots than all of our competitors have sold in over ten years of operations, and we have received purchase orders for one thousand more robots than all of our competitors combined. We are very pleased to see great progress in the hospital pharmacies' reception for CytoCare(TM) in new countries such as Germany, Australia, Japan, Taiw
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