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Award-Winning Medical Technology From Germany
Date:10/13/2009

NUREMBERG, Germany, October 13 /PRNewswire/ -- The German medical device company Ziehm Imaging has received the "2009 European Mobile C-arms Business Development Strategy Leadership Award" from the independent market research company Frost & Sullivan. The award recognizes the successful growth strategy of the technology leader in the area of mobile C-arms. Selection criteria were above all the opening up of important new markets, as well as the securing of strategic partnerships.

The award recognizes the firm's unique strategic developments and technical supremacy in the area of mobile C-arms in Europe. During the last three years, through close co-operations with clinics and partnerships with other med-tech companies, Ziehm Imaging has been consistently able to develop its x-ray-based imaging technology and achieve technological leadership. The forward-looking development of the flat-panel technology contributed to the company winning the 2006 Frost & Sullivan Award for Innovation and the 2007 Frost & Sullivan Award for Technology Leadership. With more than 100 installations of this technology, the company today remains the undisputed market leader.

Strategic partnerships as the recipe for success

With the aid of strategic partnerships with medical device firms, specializing in lithotripsy and surgical navigation, Ziehm Imaging has not only driven forward the development of intra-operative imaging, but also opened up new business channels. In this way, Ziehm Imaging was able to sell over 750 mobile C-arms worldwide in 2008 including 450 in Europe. Educational programs offered by the Ziehm Academy contribute to keeping customers and sales partners at the cutting edge of technology and to promote an intensive exchange of ideas. New developments from Ziehm Imaging are improved by the practical experience of the clinic personnel and meet exactly the requirements of modern imaging solutions. Frost
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