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Glass Lewis Recommends Datascope Shareholders Vote for Re-Election of the Board's Directors
Date:12/12/2007

wis, Recommends A Vote FOR

The Company's Nominees, James J. Loughlin And William L. Asmundson.

Dear Shareholder:

With Datascope's December 20th Annual Meeting of Shareholders rapidly approaching, your Board of Directors unanimously recommends that shareholders re-elect Datascope's directors, James J. Loughlin and William L. Asmundson, by voting "FOR" on the enclosed BLUE proxy card today.

For your convenience, telephone and Internet voting is available. Simply follow the instructions on the enclosed proxy card. Alternatively, you can vote by mail by signing, dating and returning the BLUE proxy card in the enclosed pre-addressed, stamped envelope.

VOTE THE BLUE PROXY TO RE-ELECT DATASCOPE'S TWO NOMINEES

Your Board strongly urges all shareholders to re-elect James Loughlin and William Asmundson -- and here's why:

-- William Asmundson is a successful investment manager. In his career,

he has served as CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Rockefeller & Co.

and related investment companies during a 17-year tenure. Bill is

currently a General Partner of a global investment fund. Bill brings

exceptional experience and the perspective of institutional investors

to the Board. Bill serves as the lead outside director of Datascope's

Board and presides over executive sessions and meetings of the outside

directors, coordinates the activities of the outside directors and acts

as an intermediary between the Board and management.

-- James Loughlin brings exceptional experience to Datascope through his

more than 40 years of accomplishments at KPMG, one of the world's major

accounting firms. Jim chaired KPMG's Life Science and Pharmaceuticals

practices and, for seven years, led its representation of the world's

largest pharmaceutical company. Jim is a financial expert under SEC

rules, serves as Chairman
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