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Tutela Launches Genesis II - Next Generation Wireless Medical Monitoring System
Date:7/11/2013

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About Tutela Medical

Tutela Medical (Farnborough Hampshire) supply and install fully validated and compliant web-based, wireless temperature monitoring and recording systems for Medical, Biomedical, Laboratory, Pharmacy, Healthcare, Hospitals, Blood Banks, Plasma Centers and Research facilities worldwide.

Tutela Monitoring Systems LLC are part of Next Control Systems, an ISO9001:2008 company that has been successfully marketing web-based medical wireless temperature monitoring and recording systems worldwide for over 20 years.

For more information, contact:
Joe Joyce - Vice President National Sales, North America
Tel: 414-708-8360
Email: Press(at)Tutelamedical(dot)com

Tutela Monitoring Systems LLC
Box 47136
16350 Bruce B. Downs Blvd
Tampa
Florida 33646

Tel: +1 941 408 7589

http://www.tutelamedical.com

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