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Charles Alan Launches Healthcare-focused Furniture Lines with NuBax Seating Technology, Offering Smart Design and Health Benefits
Date:11/5/2007

DALLAS, Nov. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Charles Alan, Inc. today launched its new healthcare-focused Sovereign and Winston Series of furniture equipped with ProBax(R) seating technology by NuBax Limited at the Healthcare Design.07 Conference. Charles Alan is one of the leading independent furniture manufacturers in the nation, recognized not only for its product line, but also for assisting other manufacturers. The Sovereign and Winston Series are available in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Designed for hospitals, long-term care and private use, Charles Alan's Sovereign and Winston Series incorporate NuBax's patented ProBax(R) seating design to drastically increase patient comfort and deliver health and safety benefits for all patients. By combining Charles Alan's quality design and craftsmanship with ProBax(R) seating technology, healthcare facilities can now provide caregivers and patients an attractive seating option designed to help facilitate post-operative recovery and promote long-term health.

"Charles Alan has been involved in the healthcare market over the last ten years and we are committed to the ongoing improvement of what is currently a product of exceptional value," said Margaret Sevadjian, CEO of Charles Alan. "We are continually challenged to design, engineer and develop products that significantly improve the comfort and ergonomics for our customers. The NuBax technology allowed us the opportunity to design a healthcare product that delivers results and proven health benefits -- this new product line does just that."

Medical trials on seating with ProBax(R) performed in the United Kingdom and United States indicate significant health benefits, including increased venous blood flow in the lower limbs, which reduces the possibility of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT). The primary cause of DVT is poor blood flow, which causes blood clots to form in a vein deep inside a muscle, which can result in severe organ damage and even death. Pos
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