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Oridion Wins 2008 Manufacturers Partnership Award From Independent Medical Distributor's Association
Date:6/26/2008

eting program has given us a foothold into new hospital areas and introduced us to new clinical champions for capnography that will help us increase our sales. Many of the companies we represent have solutions to future healthcare issues. In particular, Oridion's Microstream(R) EtCO2 technology provides the solution to a pressing patient-safety need, that is, the ability to safely monitor sedated patients!"

"Oridion is proud to have been recognized by IMDA," said Gerry Feldman, President of Oridion Capnography. "Our company's strengths are not only great products and customer support, but also the determination and creativity of our sales and clinical teams to provide our distributors with the best tools and programs to ensure growth in their sales. It aligns well with the Company's commitment to taking stress, risk and cost out of health care by improving patient safety with capnography."

Founded in 1978, IMDA is an association of sales, marketing and distribution organizations focused on bringing innovative medical technologies to market. For more information, visit http://www.imda.org

Oridion is the global leader of innovative capnography monitoring solutions helping to improve patient safety, and its Microstream(R) capnography technology has become the standard of care in ventilation monitoring.
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August 18, 2008 Results Q2 / Half Year 2008

November 10, 2008 Results Q3 / Nine Months 2008

About Oridion Oridion Systems Ltd. (http://www.oridion.com) is a global medical device company specializing in patient safety monitoring. The Company operates through wholly owned subsidiaries in the United States, Europe, and Israel.

Oridion develops proprietary medical devices and patient interfaces, based on its patented Microstream(R) technologies, for the enhancement of patient safety through t
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