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FDA Clears Biospace med's Revolutionary Low Dose Xray Imager
Date:10/9/2007

rk and dedication," Meynadier added. "Providing physicians the EOS option for orthopedic imaging through both the Nobel Prize technology and the efforts of the entire team makes this a very exciting moment."

The 3D Workstation*

The company is also developing an advanced workstation for the U.S. market, designed to generate a 3D skeletal reconstruction from the two simultaneous planar images. This planned product will also feature automatic measurement software designed to calculate a variety of measurements and angle calculations between individual bones and joints, potentially helping to evaluate global balance and posture. Currently, the 3D workstation is commercially available only in Europe and Canada.

About Biospace med

Biospace med was founded on a unique partnership between a Nobel Prize-winning physicist, a team of biomedical engineers, orthopedic surgeons, and radiologists who have developed a complete orthopedic imaging solution. The company's lead product, EOS ultra low dose 2D|3D Xray imager, allows full-body imaging of patients in a weight-bearing position that will enable global assessment of balance and posture. EOS is a total solution in orthopedic imaging now available in the U.S since receiving FDA 510k clearance. An advanced workstation*, designed to generate a 3D skeletal image from the two planar images, is under development. The company has corporate headquarters in Paris and Atlanta with an office in Montreal, and is targeting a $2 billion orthopedic imaging marketplace. Biospace med is venture-backed by a pool of investors led by Edmond de Rothschild Investment Partners. Learn more at http://www.biospacemed.com.

* EOS 3D is currently commercially available in Europe and Canada only,

and is not part of the current FDA clearance.

(1) American College of Radiology White Paper on Radiation Dose in

Medicine, J Am Coll Radiol 2007; 4:272-28
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