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SurgiCount Medical Announces The Appointment Of Michael Roux As Vice President of Product Management
Date:3/11/2013

IRVINE, Calif., March 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- SurgiCount Medical, Inc., the wholly owned operating subsidiary of Patient Safety Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB:PSTX), today announced that Michael Roux has joined the Company in the position of Vice President of Product Management.  Mr. Roux will oversee the development and management of SurgiCount Medical's product offerings, including the company's existing solution for retained sponge prevention, the Safety-Sponge® System, as well as the expansion into additional patient safety and cost reduction products solutions.

Mr. Roux joins SurgiCount from Hill-Rom where he was the Global Product Director for the Respiratory Care franchise.  During his tenure at Hill-Rom, he focused on developing and commercializing medical device and service solutions for the Chronic and Acute Care Respiratory markets.  He was also responsible for the overall global leadership of strategic and downstream marketing efforts, clinical education, sales training, and clinical research. 

Previously, Mr. Roux was with 3M Company for 19 years, holding positions of increasing responsibility within engineering, six-sigma, global product marketing leadership and business development.  His breadth of health care experience includes managing a variety of global product portfolios of surgical products.

Mr. Roux holds a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering Degree from the University of Minnesota, and a Masters of Business Administration, Marketing from the University of St. Thomas.

"We are excited to add Michael's depth of experience to our team and are confident he will help us continue to improve our market leading retained sponge solution as well as accelerate our efforts to provide our users new products and solutions to enable them to further improve their patient outcomes and reduce their costs of care," stated '/>"/>

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