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Inviro Medical Devices Is Awarded a Three Year Contract with Leading GPO Novation
Date:2/12/2009

Inviro's Unique Infection Control Products Will Now Be Available to a Wider Medical Market through Nation's Largest GPO

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 12, 2009 -- Inviro Medical Devices, an industry leader in infection control products, has recently been awarded a three-year contract with Novation, one of the nation's largest and most respected GPOs, or group provider organizations. As Novation members represent 20% of the nation's community hospitals and clinics, Inviro now has a greater opportunity to market its manually retractable safety syringe products to a wider medical and health care audience. Inviro's partnership with the GPO, which began on February 01, 2009, also underscores the high level of quality all Novation product contracts must possess.

"Inviro is honored to have this opportunity to work with Novation and its members," said Mark Stoppenbach, Senior Vice President of Sales for Inviro Medical Devices. "As a small, but growing company, this contract will help build awareness of our infection control products and increase our market share among Novation members."

Inviro's safety syringe products, which have a distinctive blend of safety and technology, are not retro-fitted and use a push-pull-snap design. Uniquely engineered to reduce needlestick injuries and prevent medication mislabeling, Inviro's manually retractable safety syringes foster infection control awareness and highlight better hospital and clinical safety protocols. Further information regarding Inviro Medical Devices' comprehensive infection control products and innovative line of manually retractable safety syringes and needleless access devices is available at www.inviromedical.com.

About Inviro Medical Devices
Founded in 1988, Inviro Medical Devices engineers and markets safe medication delivery systems, including the patented InviroSNAP!® Safety Syringe with InviroSTRIPE®, an integral write-on stripe that allows critical information to be recorded directly onto the syringe barrel. After years of research to develop its patents and refine its product designs, the company is addressing the growing $1.6 billion safety syringe market and introducing its breakthrough infection control technology in North America. Headquartered in Atlanta, Inviro Medical Devices is becoming a leading industry champion in the quest to increase infection control awareness and to protect healthcare workers, patients and the environment with innovative medical devices. For more information, visit www.inviromedical.com.

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