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Instrumentation Laboratory to Announce 'Passion & Results' Award Winners
Date:7/13/2009

BEDFORD, Mass., July 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Instrumentation Laboratory (IL) today announced it will present the "Passion & Results" Award to three recipients at the upcoming Congress for the International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ISTH) and at the Annual Meeting for the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC), held in Boston, MA on July 11-16 and Chicago, IL on July 19-23 respectively. Launched in July 2008 as a part of IL's 50th anniversary celebration program, the "Passion & Results" Award was established to honor healthcare providers who have demonstrated true passion for their profession, resulting in improved patient care.

For the past year, IL has embarked on a coordinated global promotional campaign to encourage nominations -- resulting in a rich collection of compelling stories from healthcare professionals worldwide. Three nominees truly exemplify uncommon effort and energy and were chosen by the "ILeader Panel" to receive an award plus a $2,000 educational grant for their institution in recognition of their 'passion and results.'

Two winners will be honored with the award during an in-booth ceremony at the ISTH (IL Booth #315) on July 13th at 3:00 PM and July 14th at 2:00 PM. The third winner will be honored at the AACC (IL Booth #2048) on July 21 at 1:00 PM.

"We are truly grateful that so many healthcare professionals have chosen to share their remarkable stories, and those of their colleagues, giving us a window into the dedication and drive they bring to patient care every day," said Josep Manent, CEO at IL. "We look forward to honoring our winners, and showcasing their accomplishments, as we continue to celebrate our 50th anniversary."

Ramon Benet, Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and US Sales and Service at IL, added, "The individuals we chose truly embody the spirit of the award and reflect the values we bring to the industry in the development of our products -- a continued commitment to improved care."

Part of IL's 50th Anniversary Celebration

The 'Passion & Results' Award is the cornerstone of IL's comprehensive '50 and Forward' program, a celebration of the Company's 50th anniversary. The '50 and Forward' program of events and activities was officially launched at last year's AACC Conference. For details, visit www.ilus.com/50forward.

The ILeader Panel

In July 2008, IL announced a "50 and Forward" ILeader Panel of scientific experts in diagnostics who are available to medical/diagnostic organizations and to the press and for forums, webcasts, roundtables and other discussion venues. At this year's ISTH and AACC conferences, members of the ILeader Panel will be presenting new scientific data. Interested persons should contact IL's Sally McCraven at 781-861-4577 or smccraven@ilww.com.

See Instrumentation Laboratory at ISTH '09, Booth # 315 and AACC '09, Booth # 2048

At this year's ISTH and AACC conferences, IL will renew its commitment to the future of critical care and hemostasis diagnostics and showcase new breakthrough products: ACL AcuStar(TM) Hemostasis Testing System, ACL TOP 700 CTS Hemostasis Testing System, new additions to the HemosIL portfolio of reagents, GEM Premier 3500 critical care analyzer and the revolutionary GEM(R) Premier(TM) 4000 critical care analyzer.

About Instrumentation Laboratory

Instrumentation Laboratory (www.ilus.com), founded in 1959, is a worldwide developer, manufacturer and distributor of in vitro diagnostic instruments, related reagents and controls for use primarily in hospitals and independent clinical laboratories. The company's product lines include critical care systems, hemostasis systems and information management systems. IL's GEM(R) product offerings, part of the critical care line, include the new GEM Premier 3500 with Intelligent Quality Management (iQM(R)), GEM Premier(TM) 4000 analyzer, GEMweb Plus information management system, and the GEM PCL Plus, a portable coagulation analyzer. IL's hemostasis portfolio includes the ACL TOP(R) Family of Hemostasis Testing Systems, fully automated, high-productivity analyzers, including the ACL TOP, the new ACL TOP LAS and the ACL TOP 500 CTS. IL also offers the new ACL AcuStar(TM), ACL ELITE(R) and ELITE PRO, other hemostasis analyzers and the HemosIL(R) line of reagents. IL is based in Bedford, Massachusetts.

The Instrumentation Laboratory logo, GEM, iQM, HemosIL, ACL TOP, ACL ELITE, ACL AcuStar and Premier are trademarks of Instrumentation Laboratory Company and/or one of its subsidiaries or parent companies, and may be registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office and in other jurisdictions. All other product names, company names, marks, logos, and symbols are trademarks of their respective owners.


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