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Health Robotics Announces IV Station (TM Pending) a Centrally-Controlled,
Date:6/7/2008

oneering the first just-in-time patient-specific automated IV compounding solution.

A Rand Corporation study found that the United States ranks a mere 37th in the world in overall health system performance. The study showed the waste of Batch IVs at hospitals in the United States, where the observations of former Secretary of Treasury Paul O'Neill and his team were documented. O'Neill described how "IV drugs are filled in Batch mode every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday as a way to optimize the time of pharmacists. However not surprisingly, patient conditions change more rapidly than every other weekday. In fact, 40 percent of the hospital's IV solutions that are filled on Friday come back on Monday because of changes in patient conditions, and the returned IVs are simply dumped down the drain. The same study found that among three Intensive Care Units treating 1,759 patients, 37 of these patients ended up with infections contracted from the central intravenous lines that had been used to administer medications, and 19 of those patients died from those infections."

IV Station (TM Pending) is expected to become generally available to customers in Europe and the United States during 2009, after final validation tests and medical device certifications processes are completed at the University of Colorado Hospital in Denver, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, affiliated with the University of London [U.K.], and Campus Bio-Medico Hospital, affiliated with Opus Dei University in Rome [Italy].

IV Station (TM Pending) will be manufactured, marketed, installed and supported directly by Health Robotics during its market validation phase, while the company seeks regional and/or global partners for its distribution, manufacturing, and support for future global deployment. IV Station (TM Pending) will be offered to customers at considerable savings over the million-dollar expense of currently available Batch IV automation solutions.

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