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Nonin Medical is Honored With Niche Supplier Award from Amerinet
Date:1/4/2008

MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Amerinet, a leading national group purchasing organization for the health care industry, awarded the Niche Supplier Award to Nonin Medical, Inc. Each year, Amerinet recognizes its suppliers for delivering quality products and services to health care providers across the nation. Nonin Medical, Inc., a leading innovator of physiological monitoring solutions, provides powerful, portable and easy-to-use vital sign monitoring to millions of people worldwide.

"The Niche Supplier Award is a unique recognition," said Allen Dunehew, Amerinet's chief contracting officer. "Through this award, Amerinet recognizes Nonin Medical, Inc. for being a leader in providing small, lightweight, portable pulse oximeters for spot checking, transport and continuous monitoring applications."

With well over 1 million oximeters sold worldwide, Nonin is one of the fastest growing medical device manufacturers in the field. Since 1986, Nonin has pioneered many firsts including the world's first self-contained fingertip oximeter, the first fiber optic sensor for use in magnetic resonance imaging, the first low power handheld oximeter and the first Bluetooth(R) Wireless Oximeter. With its patented PureSAT(R) technology built into every device, Nonin's robust technology delivers accurate performance -- even in the most challenging of environments. Nonin has a full line of proprietary pulse oximeters, capnographs, sensors, accessories and software -- providing effective and reliable solutions to medical professionals around the world.

"We are excited about this award," said Bill Kalb, Director - U.S. Sales of Nonin, "it demonstrates our mutual commitment to quality and innovation. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Amerinet in the years to come."

About Nonin Medical, Inc. -- http://www.nonin.com

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