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LUMEDX Introduces Advanced Multi-Modality, Multi-Vendor, Web-Enabled ECG Management Solution
Date:8/21/2008

CardioECG(TM) Streamlines ECG Data Management and Supports Best-Of-Breed Clinical Environments - Without the High Costs of Regular Hardware and

Software Upgrades

OAKLAND, Calif., Aug. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- LUMEDX Corporation, a leading provider of fully integrated cardiovascular imaging and information systems, and Epiphany Cardiography Products, introduce CardioECG 3.2, multi-modality, multi-vendor, pure-Web software for cardiac rhythm data management. By delivering clinical data from over 60 different devices and over 30 vendors across 10 different modalities such as cardiograph, Holter, stress, patient monitoring, PFT, and defibrillator, CardioECG streamlines data management, supports best-of-breed clinical environments, and significantly reduces total cost of ownership.

For a free CardioECG Information Kit, visit http://www.lumedx.com/goECG/

CardioECG is a part of LUMEDX's suite of integrated cardiovascular imaging and information management tools, delivering a robust and unified Cardiovascular Information Systems solution.
Multi-modality, multi-vendor and pure Web-enabled, CardioECG:

-- Eliminates expenses associated with regular, costly hardware and

software upgrades and sun-setting of older systems

-- Offers pure Web access -- edit, review, confirm and print diagnostic-

quality ECGs from any network-connected PC in the hospital, office,

home or even via iPhone

-- Enables robust multi-site communications and support without the high

costs related to proprietary systems

-- Is IT and clinical friendly -- works on a hospital's infrastructure and

requires no proprietary hardware while reducing total cost of ownership

-- Helps hospitals leverage existing -- and future -- investments in

devices and systems, promoting best-of-breed environments

-- Support
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