29 May MediPurpose Donates SurgiLance Safety Lancets for Diabetes EXPO Screenings, April 9
ATLANTA, March 29 — MediPurpose, a master distributor and manufacturer of medical products, today announced that it is donating SurgiLance™ safety lancets for use in free health screenings at the American Diabetes Association EXPO 2011 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta on April 9.
“We are honored to be invited to participate in the American Diabetes Association EXPO 2011,” said MediPurpose Blood Collection & Analytics Senior Account Manager Brian Goold. “We are proud to support the ADA’s efforts to fight the deadly consequences of diabetes and to help those affected by diabetes.”
Along with free health screenings, EXPO 2011 will feature leading experts talking about diabetes management and prevention, medical professionals answering one-on-one questions, cooking demonstrations, and diabetes management product and service exhibitors.
MediPurpose will be among the exhibitors hosting a booth for diabetes patients and healthcare professionals, providing product samples and educational resources concerning the SurgiLance™ safety lancet.
Since its launch in 1999, SurgiLance™ safety lancets have become one of the world’s most popular needlestick solutions. It is valued for its safety, comfort and ease of use.
SurgiLance™ safety lancets are available in six models, with either a needle or blade, each with different depths of penetration, to provide optimal blood flow for different applications and skin types.
No-cost product samples are available for request. Learn more by visiting the SurgiLance™ booth at EXPO 2011, or visit www.medipurpose.com/surgilance.
About the American Diabetes Association
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) is a United States-based association working to fight the deadly consequences of diabetes and to help those affected by diabetes.
The Association funds research to manage, cure and prevent diabetes (including type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes, and pre-diabetes); delivers services to hundreds of communities; provides information for both patients and healthcare professionals; and gives voice to those denied their rights because of diabetes.
For more information, please visit www.diabetes.org.