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Global Med Technologies(R) Announces U.S. Release of Proven Tissue and Cellular Therapy Product
Date:7/8/2008

Recent Inlog Acquisition Provides Established Cellular Therapy Solution

DENVER, July 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Global Med Technologies(R), Inc. ("Global Med" or "the Company") (OTC Bulletin Board: GLOB), an international e-Health, medical information technology company, today announced the immediate release in the United States of EdgeCell(TM), a proven cellular therapy software solution for tissue banks, stem cell laboratories and cord blood banks. EdgeCell, with an installed base in Europe, will provide U.S. customers with an established Cellular Therapy product that has been meeting the needs of a variety of European customers.

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EdgeCell is a state-of-the-art Cellular Therapy software solution for hospitals, surgery centers and health care facilities. EdgeCell fully tracks the procurement process including the medical history questionnaire; any required testing including specimen reception and infectious disease testing; product preparation including packaging, labeling and storage as well as crossmatching and distribution. Along with an extensive list of safety features, EdgeCell incorporates full traceability and generation of regulatory documentation.

The complex nature of tissue banks, stem cell laboratories and cord blood banks dictates that distinct business rules and parameters be tailored to each type of product. EdgeCell meets this need through its ability to configure and maintain distinct business rules and parameters for each type of product be it tissue (bone parts, whole bone, cells, valves, cornea, skin, and other tissues), stem cells or cord blood. Inlog has the ISO 9001:2000 and NSF/ISO 25051/12119 certification for EdgeCell and its other products assuring the highest level of quality regarding the design, testing and validation of the software, the documentatio
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