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Personna Medical Showcases DermaBlade Line At The American Academy Of Dermatology Annual Meeting
Date:2/26/2013

VERONA, Va., Feb. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Personna Medical, a leading provider of high quality blades for medical applications, announced today that it will showcase the world's premier shave biopsy tool, the Personna DermaBlade® at the AAD Annual Meeting in Miami Beach, Florida (March 1-5, 2013 - Booth # 2413). The DermaBlade, invented by dermatologist, Dr. Robert Segal , is a flexible, sterile tool that makes the process of skin biopsy safer for the patient and much simpler than other methods.

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Long known for high quality manufacturing and edge quality, Personna Medical will enable AAD attendees to experience the Personna DermaBlade difference first hand at its interactive trial station. The DermaBlade is sterile, disposable, very flexible yet super sharp, featuring Microcoat® coating technology that helps minimize patient trauma and cleaner defects with minimal scarring.

Bob Senesac , Director of Marketing at Personna said "Once a user tries DermaBlade, they stay with DermaBlade" adding, "the simplicity of the product, its performance and the positive impact on patient results, sets it apart. Other products suffer from brittle blades and designs that simply cannot match the DermaBlade."

In addition to the DermaBlade, Personna will demonstrate many of its other products, including stainless double edge blades, prep razors and pathology blades made for the needs of today's dermatologist.

"Clearly, dermatology is a growing market and we're working hard to deliver products that dermatologists use every day and rely on.  In addition to providi
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