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Spirus Medical Announces Complete Examinations of the Small Intestine by Physicians Using Endo-Ease(TM)
Date:5/29/2009

Southwestern Medical Center. The Discovery SB was used first for the antegrade approach and the maximum depth was marked. The second procedure was performed on the same patient at a later date using the Endo-Ease Vista(R) retrograde and Dr. Lara reached the spot previously marked. In both procedures the patient was sedated with Propofol.

"The Discovery SB has proved to be a means of rapid, safe, and effective deep small-bowel intubation," said Dr. Patrick Okolo, Chief of Gastroenterology at Johns Hopkins Medical Center, who also observed the procedure at Southmead Hospital. "Cases like this demonstrate the fact that we are only beginning to realize the potential of spiral technology."

Spirus Medical, Inc., headquartered in Stoughton, Mass., was incubated and founded in 2005 by STD Med, Inc., a Stoughton-based manufacturer and developer of medical technologies. In addition to Spirus, other companies that began at STD Med are Angiolink Corporation, Arthrosurface Incorporated, and Cardiosolutions, Inc. For more on Spirus Medical, visit www.spirusmed.com


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