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2004 Winners and their Suppliers

The following 28 products were named winners in the 2004 Medical Design Excellence Awards competition. Submitting companies were presented with either gold or silver awards at the MDEA ceremony, which was held in June during the Medical Design & Manufacturing East 2004 Conference and Exposition, in New York City. Suppliers honored in connection with these winning products earn the exclusive right to use the designation “Supplier to a 2004 MDEA Winner.”

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General Hospital Devices and Therapeutic Products

  • Algo 3i newborn hearing screener Algo 3i newborn hearing screener, manufactured by Natus Medical Inc. (San Carlos, CA). The Algo 3i newborn hearing screener is a portable, handheld device used to screen the hearing of infants between the ages of 34 weeks corrected gestational age and six months. Supply and design credit to ACTiSYS (Fremont, CA), Electro Alliance Inc. (Hollister, CA), Elpac Power Systems (Irvine, CA), GCX Corp. (Suisan City, CA), Pemstar/Pacific Consultants Inc. (San Jose), SMAC/Bay View Funding (San Francisco), and Worldwide Manufacturing (San Bruno, CA).

In Vitro Diagnostic Products and Systems

  • Paradigm Link blood glucose meter Paradigm Link blood glucose meter, developed jointly by Becton Dickinson Medical, Diabetes Care (Franklin Lakes, NJ), Medtronic MiniMed (Northridge, CA), and Nova Biomedical (Waltham, MA), and manufactured for Becton Dickinson Medical, Diabetes Care and Medtronic MiniMed by Nova Biomedical. The Paradigm Link blood glucose meter is the world’s first untethered wireless glucose meter that provides bidirectional communication between a glucose meter and insulin pump. Supply and design credit to Herbst LaZar Bell Inc. (Chicago), Medtronic MiniMed, and Nova Biomedical.

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