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All Children's Hospital Achieves ISBT 128 Compliance With Mediware's HCLL Blood Bank System
Date:5/27/2008

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"We are very confident our software has All Children's Hospital and other customers well positioned to transition to ISBT 128, and we have worked feverishly to support our customers as they comply with this important global labeling standard for blood and biologics management," said John Damgaard, senior vice president and chief operating officer at Mediware. He added that 12 to 15 Mediware customers go live every quarter on HCLL software that is already ISBT compliant.

Blood centers and hospitals that did not implement systems that fulfill ISBT requirements by the May 1 deadline must file with the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) and have a variance approved which documents when the facility will have the necessary systems in place. "For facilities that have not licensed our software or have been unable to meet the deadline, our product specialists are available to help," said Damgaard.

"Mediware has always been committed to providing its customers the safest blood management system in the industry," said Damgaard. "That commitment to safety continues in HCLL's ability to meet ISBT standards while at the same time increasing patient safety and reducing risk. HCLL has more built-in patient safety checks than any other transfusion system today," he added.

Implementing systems to support the new standard has been a long and difficult process for blood centers and hospitals. Mediware, which has been a market leader in blood management systems for more than 25 years, released a version of the LifeTrak software that addresses the ISBT standards in May 2007. Mediware's HCLL Transfusion product has addressed the ISBT standards since its inception and Mediware's BiologiCare(TM) biologics management platform will also fully support ISBT upon its commercial release in June 2008.

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