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Cardinal Health, SRI Surgical Sign Five-Year Agreement For Surgical Kits
Date:12/1/2008

DUBLIN, Ohio and TAMPA, Fla., Dec. 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cardinal Health and SRI/Surgical Express, Inc. today announced a five-year supply and co-marketing agreement to offer surgical kits that include disposable health care products from Cardinal Health and reusable health care products from SRI Surgical.

The agreement makes Cardinal Health the exclusive manufacturer of SRI Surgical's complete line of more than 400 disposable surgical kits. In addition, the agreement provides for the development of a new product offering, the Hybrid Preference Pack(TM), in which SRI Surgical will combine its reusable surgical components with disposable surgical components from Cardinal Health. This new product will couple the convenience of disposables with the waste-wise benefits of reusable products.

SRI Surgical will deliver, reprocess and retrieve Hybrid Preference Packs on a daily basis for customers through its 10 reprocessing plants and four distribution centers located throughout the United States. SRI Surgical's reprocessing plants provide a closed-loop process that delivers just-in-time sterile surgical linen, surgical instruments and disposable components to the operating room.

"Since 1991, SRI Surgical has provided products and services that assist each of our health care clients in providing quality care, while being environmentally conscious," said Gerald Woodard, CEO of SRI Surgical. "With Cardinal Health as our exclusive supplier for disposable kits, SRI will now focus on expanding its reusable product offering, while continuing to provide customers with the highest quality products and services."

Cardinal Health will manufacture the disposable surgical components for Hybrid Preference Packs at its network of four kit manufacturing facilities, where it already assembles more than 21 million disposable surgical kits each year.

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