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Health Robotics Continues Global Expansion Into Oceania With Device Technologies Australia's Strategic Partnership
Date:9/21/2009

BOZEN, Italy, September 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Health Robotics today announced that it has signed an exclusive five-year strategic partnership with Device Technologies Australia Pty Ltd. for its revolutionary CytoCare(TM) Robot. This strategic agreement enables Device Technologies Australia to achieve its goal of safely, accurately and cost-effectively automating the preparation of Oncology I.V. Admixtures to complement its other market-leading Oncology and Surgery Robotic solutions.

CytoCare is the world's first and only robotic system designed for the safe and sterile preparation of patient-specific hazardous IV Admixtures. While other companies have for many years made promises of robotic IV automation products, and even showcased marketing demonstrations of competing solutions that were supposed to exist as far back twenty years[1] ago, the fact remains that CytoCare is the only available solution that currently exists anywhere in the world to automatically compound and prepare ready-to-administer hazardous IV Admixtures, and that has been proven to work in a "live" hospital pharmacy environment, instead of just marketing brochures and trade-shows demos.

"We are thrilled to have been chosen by Health Robotics as their exclusive CytoCare partner for Oceania. CytoCare, a-one-of-its-kind solution, represents an ideal complement to our market-leading CyberKnife(R) and da Vinci(R) Surgical System robotic solutions. We are very impressed by the introductory work that a small foreign company like Health Robotics has been able to do in both Australia and New Zealand, and are eager to take the "baton" from Health Robotics and continue their work in our core markets, expanding the reach of CytoCare to other hospitals in Oceania", stated Peter Ord, CEO of Device Technologies Australia."

Device Technologies believes that CytoCare has the potential to become the gold standard for Oncology I.V. Admixture
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