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ATS Medical Announces First North American Commercial Implant of the ATS 3f Aortic Bioprosthesis
Date:4/10/2008

ex implantation techniques made many surgeons reticent to use them widely. The ATS 3F valve requires a very simple technique to implant which is easy to reproduce and should lead to more patients benefiting from its many performance attributes," said Dr. de Varennes.

Michael Dale, President and CEO of ATS Medical commented, "Our first North American commercial implant is another milestone in our effort to broaden worldwide awareness and acceptance of the ATS 3f Aortic Bioprosthesis. ATS' first offering in the $730 million tissue valve market segment includes compelling differentiating features that can provide a better clinical solution for surgeons and patients alike. We are excited about the significant growth opportunities before us as we continue to expand the market introduction of our first tissue valve in combination with our other new product releases in heart valve therapy and the surgical treatment of atrial fibrillation."

About ATS Medical

ATS Medical, Inc. provides innovative products and services focused on cardiac surgery. The Company, global in scope, is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. More than 145,000 ATS Open Pivot(R) Heart Valves, which utilize a unique pivot design resulting in exceptional performance and low risk profile, have been implanted in patients worldwide. The ATS 3f(R) brand encompasses multiple tissue heart valve product offerings at varying steps from market introductions to clinical trials to development projects that incorporate less invasive valve replacement technology. ATS Medical's focus on serving the cardiac surgery community is further strengthened by offerings that include ATS Simulus(R) annuloplasty products for heart valve repair and ATS CryoMaze(TM) surgical ablation products. The ATS Medical web site is http://www.atsmedical.com.

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