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Oridion Announces Significant Medical Research to be Presented at AARC Congress
Date:12/10/2008

jects were breathing with and without the oxygen masks for all masks and oxygen concentrations tested. The researchers believe that this will aid patient monitoring in clinical practice.

The above medical research projects join four additional papers that were presented in October 2008 at the ASA (American Society of Anesthesiologists) Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida. Among the studies released was a comprehensive research paper focused on Oridion's latest major initiative "IPI* - Integrated Pulmonary Index" conducted by physician/scientists from Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. IPI helps caregivers manage four complicated monitoring parameters with a single, simplified number. IPI utilizes End-tidal CO2, respiration rate, heart rate and SpO2 to provide an uncomplicated, inclusive assessment of a patient's ventilatory status.

Additional papers presented at ASA included a study from the Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston showing that CO2 measurement using the Oridion CapnoBloc(TM) is an effective and accurate sampling method during upper gastrointestinal endoscopy. Another important study concluded that expert medical education and training can improve patient safety.

Furthermore, a study published in this month's issue of PEDIATRICS - The Official Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics concluded that Microstream(R) capnography with its low flow rate made non-invasive capnography possible in the NICU. The study also showed that ETCO2, measured by Microstream(R) capnography has good correlation with PACO2, and is reliable in severe lung disease.

A full list of the medical publications can be found on the Oridion Website http://www.oridion.com/global/english/clinical_solutions/overview/ research.html

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