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Noninvasive Medical Technologies Helps Make Young Tennessee Woman's Wishes Come True
Date:11/21/2008

of monitoring days were established, initially beginning in two to three day segments for consistent measuring purposes. There was a need for flexibility in the data collection schedule since Kristin's DI treatment plan was still being established by her physicians. Moreover, because her brain tumor had reappeared, requiring her to undergo radiation therapy several months before commencing the NMT study, it was essential that she be closely monitored to ensure that the timing of her medications were accurately determined.

Keeping a detailed daily journal, Kristin tracked her fluid intake, when she felt thirsty, the level of her fullness, her physical symptoms and each time she took her nasal vasopressin within a 24-hour period. Through regular conversations with Humphrey, trends emerged from the data that helped to empower Kristin with crucial insight helping her to recognize when to stop drinking fluids (even though she was thirsty) and when to administer her nasal vasopressin to signal her body to urinate. Kristin notes, "With the ability to confidently and objectively measure what's going on inside me, it is no longer a guessing game. NMT has given me back control of my life!"

Ronald McCaughan, Chairman and CEO of NMT, noted, "NMT has achieved notable advancements in the field of noninvasive hemodynamic assessment and monitoring -- advancements some have described as innovative and, even, truly extraordinary. Still others have suggested that our cutting edge product research and development efforts are producing disruptive technologies that will indeed redefine the standard of medical care in our industry. But, it is when we meet people like Kristin that we fully appreciate that the work we are accomplishing at NMT is without question of profound importance."

In addition to reassuming control over her body, Kristin has long wished to vacation in Las Vegas. NMT made that wish come true, too. The Company
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