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Gulf Coast Hospital Chooses Global Med Technologies(R)' Blood System
Date:11/24/2008

West Cal Cam becomes 181st Site in Southeast to Choose SafeTrace Tx(R)

DENVER, Nov. 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Global Med Technologies(R), Inc. ("Global Med") (OTC Bulletin Board: GLOB), an international e-Health, medical information technology company, today announced that its Wyndgate Technologies(R) ("Wyndgate") division has licensed SafeTrace Tx transfusion management software to West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital ("West Cal Cam") of Sulphur, Louisiana. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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Ms. Tiffany K. Martin, Laboratory Director for West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital, stated, "After converting our lab from paper processes to the Orchard Harvest laboratory information system (LIS) four years ago, our administration recognized the need for a robust transfusion management system to manage our blood bank. We discovered that Wyndgate's SafeTrace Tx interfaced well with Orchard and with McKesson, our hospital information system vendor."

Ms. Martin continued, "Quality is the most important aspect for us in our lab. We were concerned about the numerous areas in the process where errors could be life-threatening. With automated systems such as SafeTrace Tx, built-in safety features and hard stops are typically available to help us detect and avoid errors. We were also excited about the ease of use and efficiencies built into the system, such as the Patient-At-A-Glance Bar(R), which allows us to view critical patient information in one location without pulling up charts."

SafeTrace Tx is a blood management software system designed to raise the standard of care for patients, improve safety, reduce waste and increase efficiency. SafeTrace Tx provides comprehensive tracking of orders, specimens, blood prod
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