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Medical Breakthrough Reaches America
Date:4/21/2008

Care Clean 3000 the newly released medical wonder giving relief to

incontinence patients worldwide

DETROIT, April 21 /PRNewswire/ -- RMS, an Ypsilanti-based medical supply company, has entered into a new agreement with HANMEDICS, a Korea-based medical device company recognized for their "creative medical twists." The agreement will allow America to get their first glimpse of the "wonder-machine," acclaimed world-wide, known as the Care Clean 3000.

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The Care Clean 3000 is the only existing automatic urine collector with a bidet. It's quickly becoming the only solution for patients suffering from incontinence. It cuts down on caregiver and diaper costs, eliminates offensive odors, and allows the patient to maintain a semblance of dignity all at an unbelievably low cost. This "wonder machine" collects urine, cleans the patient, and even dries the perinea area.

"When I first met with the HANMEDICS team and they showed me the Care Clean 3000, I could not believe that the product did not exist in the United State," explains Ike Odum President of RMS. "The appliance not only provides a positive experience for the patient, it also increases the productivity of the healthcare workers. The Care Clean 3000 will reduce the need for diapers, thus lowering the monthly and yearly cost for short and long-term facilities, home healthcare workers, and many other care driven organizations. One thing is sure: Anyone who invests in the (green) Care Clean 3000 will have a marketing platform over their competitors."

RMS has become the sole American distributor for the Care Clean 3000. The Care Clean 3000 is an example of how technology continues to improve healthcare.

Mr. Odum has had the Care Clean 3000 reviewed by several healthcare facilities in his area. "The feedback has been phenomenal!" Mr. Odum informs us. "And we have the testimonials to prove it! We look forward to working with HANMEDICS and doing our part in improving American healthcare."

The product is created by HANMEDICS in Korea and has won Korea's Best Venture Award, received high reviews at the KIMES International Medical Show and is ISO 9001:2000 Certified as well as being FDA approved.

About RMS: Regional Medical Supplies is a privately-owned and operated company dedicated to providing home medical equipment and services to the entire Mid Western Section of the United States. They offer a unique combination of old-fashioned values and state-of-the-art technology and ideas. Find out more at http://www.regionalmed.net. Phone: 734-528-1767


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