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Global Med Technologies(R), Inc. Licenses Its Leading European Blood and Laboratory Solutions to Homburg, Germany Clinic Blood Center
Date:4/7/2009

The University of Saarland Clinic Blood Center Chooses Inlog's EdgeBlood and EdgeLab to Manage Its Blood Bank and Laboratory

DENVER, April 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Global Med Technologies, Inc. ("Global Med" or the "Company") (OTC Bulletin Board: GLOB), an international healthcare information technology company, today announced that GLI, the German division of the Company's Inlog subsidiary has licensed its EdgeBlood(TM) blood information management system and EdgeLab(TM) laboratory information system to the "Universitatsklinikum des Saarlandes - Institut fur Klinische Hamostaseologie und Transfusionsmedizin" located in Homburg, Germany. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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The University of Saarland Clinic Blood Center collects 30,000 whole blood donations per year. EdgeBlood and EdgeLab will be deployed on 25 workstations in the blood center and laboratory. Up to 50 remote users will access the Web result server EdgeNet. Five analyzers will be connected to EdgeLab, Inlog's Laboratory Information System.

"After detailed market research, the University Medical Center of Saarland has decided to install the LIS EdgeBlood/EdgeLab from the company, GLI. This decision was made because, among other reasons, the system can completely control the management of all essential services in transfusion medicine. Moreover, the software is already in use in the National German Red Cross Blood Donation Services. It has also been used successfully in comparable university facilities for many years. In view of the connection between pharmaceutical and clinical aspects of transfusion medicine, EdgeBlood and EdgeLab will create a center of excellence for the University Medical Center of Saarland," stated Prof. Dr. med. Hermann Eichler of the I
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