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Smith Medical's "All-in-One" Blood Glucose Monitor and Insulin Pump

The Deltec Cozmo is an insulin pump manufactured by Smith Medical. It is a small, lightweight device that delivers insulin continuously through a short, flexible plastic tube inserted under the skin. The mobile phone-size pump includes a full-sized 300-unit insulin cartridge and is powered by a single AAA battery. The pump is easy to use and safe for pediatric use.


The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given clearance to Smith Medical MD, Inc. to market its CoZmonitor blood glucose module. When the CoZmonitor blood glucose module is attached to the back of the Deltec Cozmo insulin pump, an "all-in-one" insulin pump and blood glucose monitoring system is created. The CoZmonitor is a major advancement in making diabetes management easier.


For more information, contact Terri Servais at Smith Medical at (651) 268-7248 or visit

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New Shielding Lotion for Chronically Dry Hands

Gloves in a Bottle has developed a new lotion created to lock in moisture and protect clinicians' skin from harmful irritants. The outer layer of skin, which is composed of dead skin cells, is designed to protect the deeper and more sensitive layers of skin below. Habitual hand washing and regular exposure to chemicals can remove the skin's natural oils, causing it to become dry and irritated. Gloves in a Bottle bonds with the outer layer of the skin to lock in moisture and create a protective layer around the surface of the skin. Unlike many other lotions and creams, Gloves In a Bottle does not wash off when hands are washed. The greaseless, hypoallergenic, nontoxic lotion lasts up to 4 hours and is removed naturally with exfoliated skin cells. For more information, call (800) 600-1881, or visit


Hydrophilic Antibacterial Intermittent Catheter

Rochester Medical Corporation recently received clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration to market their Hydrophilic Antibacterial Intermittent Catheter. This new catheter combines the benefits of the company's Infection Control Antibacterial Technologies with the comfort of its essentially friction-free Hydrophilic Surface Technology. The Hydrophilic Antibacterial Intermittent Catheter is designed to minimize the risk of infection by medicating the urethral tract during each catheterization. The product is intended to help those who catheterize themselves daily and face the risk of urinary tract infections. The company plans to introduce the new product this fall. For more information, please contact Rochester Medical Corporation at (800) 243-3315,, or visit the Web site at