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Morrisville, NC — October 20, 2008 — SunTech Medical launches the Advantage™ A+ OEM Non-invasive Blood Pressure (OEM NIBP) module. Designed with an array of next-generation features, the Advantage A+ is the smallest, most complete module in its class.

Morrisville, NC — September 02, 2008

SunTech Medical's Advantage™ TMT blood pressure technology (OEM NIBP) was recently evaluated in an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) patient transport environment. The evaluation revealed that the SunTech OEM NIBP technology provided quicker and more reliable readings than the market leader.

Morrisville, NC — September 15, 2008

SunTech Medical and GE Healthcare have entered into a world-wide agreement whereby GE Healthcare will offer the SunTech Tango+ blood pressure monitor with its CASE Cardiac Assessment System for Exercise testing and CardioSoft Exercise Stress Testing.

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Today SunTech Medical announces the first installation of its Oscar 2 ambulatory blood pressure monitor (ABPM) in the Intermountain Healthcare system. These monitors were placed at the flagship Intermountain Medical Center facility in Murray, UT in the heart of the Salt Lake Valley.

Morrisville, NC, USA - June 17, 2008

SunTech Medical is pleased to disclose that its Tango+ automated blood pressure monitor was recently utilized for the physical evaluation of NBA draftees at the 2008 Pre-Draft Camp held in Orlando, Florida.

Morrisville, NC, USA - May 12, 2008

CardioDynamics Cites Non-Invasive Technology as a Key Component to Successful BioZ ICG

Morrisville, NC, USA - May 12, 2008

CardioDynamics, a developer of innovative impedance cardiography (ICG) products and technology, was recently featured in the April issue of Health Executive magazine. In the article, CardioDynamics CEO Michael Perry describes how the company has redefined their approach to a rapidly changing market by expanding on how they serve their customers. This new growth plan initiative has resulted in CardioDynamics enjoying a significant resurgence in the marketplace.

Morrisville, NC, USA - May 12, 2008

SunTech Medical, a leading manufacturer of blood pressure monitoring technology, is pleased to announce the opening of its new manufacturing facility in Shenzhen, China.

Morrisville, NC, USA - April 21, 2008

SunTech Medical launches their Advantage™ HDM (Hemodialysis Monitoring) OEM Non-invasive Blood Pressure (OEM NIBP) technology designed specifically for monitoring blood pressure during hemodialysis. This application-specific technology recently achieved an A rating for both systolic and diastolic blood pressure measurement according to the British Hypertension Society (BHS) protocol.

SunTech 247 to be displayed in China

Morrisville, NC, USA - April 8, 2008

SunTech Medical, a leader in non invasive blood pressure (NIBP) technology and products, will showcase the SunTech® 247™ at the 2008 China Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF) held in Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center April 18 – 21.

Morrisville, NC, USA - March 6, 2008

Gambro Finds Success with SunTech Medical OEM NIBP Technology

Morrisville, NC, USA - March 6, 2008

Gambro, a global leader in developing, manufacturing and supplying products for the renal care market, recently attributed success with their hemodialysis systems to supplier partnerships.

SunTech Medical's blood pressure technology (OEM NIBP) provides Xtreme Everest with vital blood pressure data

Morrisville, NC, USA - January 21, 2008

The Caudwell Xtreme Everest Team has returned from their expedition to the peak of Mount Everest and has begun reviewing data collected at extreme altitudes in hopes to improve treatment for intensive care patients.

SunTech Medical, in co-operation with Cortex Biophysik GmbH, provided the Caudwell Xtreme Everest team with non-invasive blood pressure (OEM NIBP) technology for measuring blood pressure during extreme exercise at a series of high-altitude laboratories. The team hoped to replicate the low oxygen levels that intensive care patients encounter with the similarly low oxygen levels on Mount Everest. They believe their findings may help improve patient care for a number of life-threatening conditions.

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