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New IVF Software MedITEX to be Presented at the ESHRE Exhibition
Date:6/17/2009

s numerous possibilities to extend the solution. In addition, the software takes into account all the latest developments and requirements in the field of reproductive medicine; these include new EU directives governing the individual identification and tracking of egg cells and sperm samples, professional specifications relating to verification and data management, the growing importance of quality assurance, as well as the introduction of new forms of treatment or legal policies.

MedITEX("Medical IT Experts") is an innovative range of software for the medical sector. The spectrum ranges from the only officially approved software in Germany for in vitro fertilisation (MedITEX IVF) to an appointment calendar for medical practices, to an internet portal via which pharmaceutical manufacturers can conduct non-interventional studies. The innovative MedITEX software is more up to date, more user friendly and more efficient than traditional programs. For further information, go to:http://www.meditex-ivf.com.

Further information:CRITEX GmbH, Stobausplatz 4, 93047 Regensburg, Germany, E-mail:michael.schindler@critex.de,Internet: http://www.meditex-software.com

PR agency: euro.marcom dripke.pr, Tel.: +49(0)611-973150, E-mail:team@euromarcom.de


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