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ICU Medical Inc. and Health Robotics Announce Compatibility of CytoCare(TM) Robot and CLAVE(R) Needle-Free Connector to Enable Safer Hazardous Drug Handling
Date:12/17/2008

BOZEN and SUD TIROL, Italy, December 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Health Robotics and ICU Medical today announced the culmination of the development work both companies undertook to enable CytoCare(TM) customers to utilize the CLAVE(R) Needle-Free Connector around the world.

Based on customer demand, the companies entered into an agreement in mid-2008 to modify their respective products in order to enable the safe utilization of the CLAVE(R) Connector for the purpose of spiking IV Bags before their introduction into CytoCare(TM) for hazardous drug preparation and compounding. General availability of their combined compatible solutions is expected approximately in March 2009.

"We are very pleased to have worked with ICU Medical in the development of the first compatible needle-free connector to be utilized with our IV Robotic Solutions. This is especially important in the United States and Western Europe, where the demand for this combined solution encouraged us to quickly move in this direction. The CLAVE(R) was introduced in 1992 as the first one-piece, closed, needle-free connector and is currently the #1 connector sold worldwide. The CLAVE(R) is a mechanically and microbiologically closed system, which eliminates the risk of hazardous drug spills or leaks and also protects the patient's catheter from contamination that can otherwise lead to bloodstream infections," stated Werner Rainer, CEO of Health Robotics.

"Ever since our team visited the University of Colorado in Denver earlier this year and witnessed how CytoCare(TM) compounded chemotherapy IV medications, we realized that we were witnessing the future of hazardous drug compounding and decided to work with Health Robotics in meeting customers' demand for integrated solutions which meet the safety needs for both the Pharmacy and Nursing. We have had a long history of leading the market in providing solutions to improve the safety of he
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