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Dehaier (DHRM) Receives Megapixels Software Copyrights For DHR C-Arm X Ray Machine

 December 13, 2012 10:05 AM


(By Balaseshan) Dehaier Medical Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ: DHRM), a developer of medical devices and homecare medical products in China, said it has received Megapixels software copyrights for its DHR C-Arm X Ray Machine.

The application enhances the Dehaier's DHR C-Arm X Ray Machine, by offering improved image quality and easier image acquisition to strengthen the customer experience.

The software can also help to improve patient management, increase ease of use and image processing for users. The upgraded C-Arm X Ray Machine can produce optimized images with minimal user involvement through its advanced imaging technology.

[Related -Dehaier Medical (DHRM) Receives Medical Equipment Procurement Projects]

"Customers benefit from our continued innovation and focus on creating unparalleled products. Anticipating and addressing market need and devoting research and development to strengthen our product pipeline are critical missions to expand our brand awareness and grow market share," said Ping Chen, CEO of Dehaier.

Dehaier designs, develops and markets medical products, including respiratory and oxygen homecare medical products. The company develops and assembles its own branded medical devices and homecare medical products from third-party components.

The company also distributes products designed and manufactured by other companies, including medical devices from IMD (Italy), Welch Allyn (USA), HEYER (Germany), Timesco (UK), eVent Medical (U.S.) and JMS (Japan). Dehaier's technology is based on six patents, ten software copyrights and proprietary technology.

[Related -Dehaier Medical Systems (DHRM) Advances After 3-Year Procurement Deal In Ukraine]

DHRM is trading down 3.23% at $1.79 on Thursday. The stock has been trading between $1.26 and $3.95 for the past 52 weeks.

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