Uscom (ASX:UCM) has signed a distribution agreement for its BP+ and BP+ Reporter with Pacific Medical Systems Limited (PMS) of Hong Kong.
The three year agreement covers distribution into Thailand, Hong Kong and Macau, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia and Indonesia.
The Uscom BP+ is practice changing suprasystolic oscillometric technology for central blood pressure monitoring and central pulse pressure wave analysis.
The BP+ Reporter is the stand-alone software solution that provides a digital platform to archive patient examinations and images, display trend measures over time, analyse blood pressure waveforms and values, and generate patient reports.
The new distribution agreement covers countries with a combined population of 393 million.
According to executive chairman of Uscom, associate professor Rob Phillips, “This is another major territory covered by new distributors preparing to deliver the innovative Uscom BP+ and BP+ Reporter to market. PMS are experienced master distributors in China and SE Asia and are keen to get sales under way as soon as regional regulations allows. Worldwide we are appointing new distribution to ensure that immediately our regulatory approvals are received we can begin to sell these revolutionary technologies in the market. The patent protected BP+ devices have major application for assessment of hypertension and vascular health, rapidly increasing disease with high social and cost burdens.”