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MEDICOMP Medical Awarded GSA Schedule, Will Supply VA Hospitals

PRINCETON, Minn., Feb. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dujo Logos, Inc., dba: MEDICOMP Medical, a leading manufacturer of medical products for critical care, is pleased to announce that they have been awarded GSA Schedule 65 IIA contract (V797P-4480B) and are now certified to supply critical care respiratory products to the Federal Government. Acknowledging the growth in federal spending through the GSA, MEDICOMP Medical has listed their vast selection of respiratory, anesthesia, and NICU medical products on the government's electronic ordering system, GSA Advantage!®.

"This schedule opens up significantly more markets throughout the country and affords us an opportunity to supply VA Hospitals with quality respiratory and anesthesia medical products proudly manufactured in the USA," states Duncan Johnson , President at MEDICOMP Medical. He adds: "Our schedule will expand our reach beyond the federal government to numerous state and county medical facilities as we can now offer them a wide selection of critical care medical products at fixed government pricing."

A Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB), MEDICOMP Medical's manufacturing facility is located in Princeton, MN. The company distributes medical products to respiratory specialty suppliers throughout North America as well as internationally. Major product lines include: Heat Moisture Exchange, Bacterial/Viral, Hydrophobic, and Nebulizer Filters; Infant CPAP Nasal Cannulas; Manual Percussor Cups; Metered Dose Adapters; Single & Dual Tracheostomy Swivel Connectors; Swivel Connectors w/6" Expandable Tubing; and Anesthesia Circuit Components.

MEDICOMP Medical is the number one source for Bacterial Filtration Efficiency Filters (BFE), Viral Filtration Efficiency Filters (VFE), and Heat Moisture Exchange Filters (HME) for hospitals and alternative care environments.

About MEDICOMP Medical:
Founded in 1989, MEDICOMP Medical has been designing and manufacturing critical care medical products in the fields of Anesthesia, Intensive Care systems, Respiratory Medicine, and Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU). Their products have met the needs of hospitals, long-term care facilities, surgery centers, respiratory clinics and nursing homes throughout the health care system continuum. These products were developed with the assistance of professionals in their respective fields of health care. MEDICOMP Medical will continue to be the primary manufacturer and provide quality medical products and service while consistently delivering value, quality, and performance. Visit for more information.

Contact for MEDICOMP Medical: Duncan Johnson , President at (888) 790-3174

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