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Debiotech and AWAK Enter into Joint Agreement for the Development and Manufacturing of a Novel Miniaturized Home Hemodialysis Machine
Date:10/31/2013

LAUSANNE, Switzerland and SINGAPORE, October 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Debiotech SA, Switzerland, and AWAK Technologies Pte Ltd., Singapore, announced today that they have entered into a partnership agreement regarding the development and manufacturing of a novel miniaturized Home Hemodialysis machine intended to serve the growing need for homecare treatment of patients suffering from end-stage renal disease.  This new system will be based on Debiotech's highly miniaturized Home dialysis equipment "DialEase[TM]", developed for Home Peritoneal dialysis, and AWAK's novel sorbent technology for fluid purification. The combination of both companies' product expertise will lead to a new system which shall be extremely small and convenient to use, less intrusive in a patient's life and more cost effective. This new system will also require much less fluid than conventional Hemodialysis machines and will be monitored in real time from the hospital via the cloud.

"This collaboration agreement is based on the ideal synergy between the innovative fluid purification system developed by AWAK and our existing Home dialysis machine, DialEase[TM]," says Dr. Frédéric Neftel, President and CEO of Debiotech. "Our common vision is to make available to patients, in a relative short period of time, the most integrated and cost-effective machine for Home Hemodialysis. By using our DialEase[TM] system, which features today's smallest and most convenient system for Home peritoneal dialysis, we will be able to bring optimal comfort,  safety and independance to patients preferring to benefit from Hemodialysis treatment at Home. By using the sorbent fluid purification cartridge from AWAK, we will be able to save a significant amount of fluid, simplify the entire logistics and r
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