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CytoSorbents Corporation to Exhibit at the Advanced Technology Applications for Combat Casualty Care Conference
Date:8/4/2011

nvolved in military medicine in the United States.  These discussions have prompted us to pursue a number of new applications that have now been progressed to proof-of-concept.  These applications are applicable to both the military and civilian populations and represent major new product and potential funding opportunities for the company."

About CytoSorbents and CytoSorb™

CytoSorbents Corporation is a development stage, critical care focused therapeutic device company using blood purification to treat life threatening illnesses such as severe sepsis, the end result of "overwhelming infection," with a novel blood purification device called CytoSorb™. Severe sepsis afflicts more than 1 million people in the United States (U.S.), 1.5 million people in the European Union (E.U.), and an estimated 18 million people worldwide each year, killing one in every three patients despite the best medical treatment. In the U.S., more die from severe sepsis than from either heart attacks, strokes or any single form of cancer. Severe sepsis is typically triggered by bacterial infections like pneumonia, or viral infections like influenza. However, it is the body's abnormal immune response to the trigger that leads to severe inflammation and the unregulated, massive production of cytokines, often called "cytokine storm," that then causes multi-organ failure and often death. CytoSorb™ is a cartridge containing highly porous polymer beads that are designed to filter cytokines and treat potentially fatal cytokine storm. As blood is pumped repeatedly through the CytoSorb™ cartridge using standard dialysis equipment, the beads bind and remove cytokines and other toxins from blood. The treated blood is then returned to the patient. The Company is finalizing its European Sepsis Trial -- a multi-center, randomized, controlled clinical trial using CytoSorb™ and has achieved its targeted  enrollment with 100 patients with sever
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