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MORRISVILLE, N.C.—SunTech Medical and American Diagnostic Corporation announced today the launch of the ADView spot-check device. The ADView is a completely modular spot-check device capable of measuring blood pressure, temperature, and pulse oximetry in multiple clinical settings.

“We admire the way ADC brings value to its customers,” said Dayn McBee, CEO of SunTech Medical. “Our companies have a similar dedication to providing superior quality, service, and value. I think the ADView spot-check device embodies that commitment.”

Corscience GmbH (Germany), a medical device engineering company, and SunTech Medical, Inc. (USA) have agreed to enter a partnership whereby Corscience will integrate SunTech’s leading non-invasive blood pressure technology in its future medical design projects. As a cutting-edge development service provider for cardiovascular innovations and a manufacturer of medical OEM modules, Corscience has maintained the company’s focus on developing high-quality medical devices in choosing to partner with SunTech whose automated BP solutions are trusted in hospitals and by medical device manufacturers worldwide.

September 27, 2010 – Raleigh, NC – Athena GTX®, a developer of innovative trauma care products, has received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the WVSM™ device, its new compact, patient-worn vital signs monitor.

Originally developed for the U.S. military, the WVSM™ is an innovative device that automatically measures blood pressure, pulse rate, blood oxygenation, and critical cardiac functions from point of injury through transport to a treatment center.  Feedback from military testing revealed that early monitoring, trending, and recording of vital signs improve the survival rates of soldiers.

August 31, 2010 – Morrisville, NC – SunTech Medical, Inc. announces the updated release of the All Purpose Blood Pressure Cuff (APC) Line.

SunTech’s APC cuffs have been re-engineered with a high-quality nylon material that significantly improves durability, is easier to clean and disinfect with a faster drying time, and is easier to apply.  Additionally, the mechanical strength of the bladder has been increased.   These improvements will extend durability without compromising patient comfort, performance, or the functionality of the cuff.  

July 13, 2010 — Morrisville, NC – SunTech Medical, manufacturer of the Oscar 2® 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitor (ABPM), announces the latest release of the system’s AccuWin Pro v3 software which will include Pediatric ABPM Interpretation as a primary new feature.  Among the numerous improvements, the new Pediatric ABPM Interpretation function automatically generates guidelines specific to analyzing the 24-hour blood pressure data of pediatric patients.

Morrisville, NC — SunTech Medical announces the product update release of their SunTech 247 spot check device, now available with optional Bluetooth technology to enable the wireless transmission of vital signs data to a physician’s electronic medical records (EMR) system.

Morrisville, NC — May 24, 2010 — SunTech Medical, a leading manufacturer of blood pressure monitors and OEM non-invasive blood pressure (OEM NIBP) modules, is pleased to announce the selection of their clinical-grade blood pressure technology for the new Portable Pulmonary Function System (Portable PFS) by Damec.

Research Triangle Park, NC, USA - May 11, 2010 – SunTech Medical, a manufacturer of blood pressure monitoring products and technology, announces the addition of Kent Lupino as Sr. Product Manager for the SunTech 247 Diagnostic Station product line.  Most recently, Mr. Lupino served as product manager for LifeSync Corporation in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Morrisville, NC -- April 12, 2010--SunTech Medical, a medical device manufacturer headquartered in Morrisville, North Carolina, has partnered with MedShare to support the “Help for Haiti” campaign with a donation of medical products and supplies.

A study led by Dr. William White and Dr. Pooja Luthra at the University of Connecticut Health Center is using the Oscar 2™, 24 hour ambulatory blood pressure monitor (ABPM) to investigate a possible link between vitamin D deficiency and hypertension.

Vitamin D has several purposes but is most commonly known for its role in promoting calcium absorption and maintaining bone density. The hypertension study will help identify if vitamin D deficiency is a cardiovascular risk factor by measuring changes in 24 hour blood pressure using the Oscar 2 ABPM from SunTech Medical.

SunTech Medical, Inc. is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the American Nephrology Nurses’ Association’s Cardinal Chapter.  An educational session to cover “The Management of Hypertension in Patients with Kidney Disease” presented by Dr. Michael Casey of Wake Nephrology Associates will be held at UNC’s Friday Center on Tuesday, January 12, 2010 at 6:00 P.M. with two additional interactive video conference locations at Bowman Grey Medical School and Fayetteville Technical Community College.

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