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Stereotaxis' Market Leadership Highlighted at Heart Rhythm 2008
Date:5/9/2008

Odyssey Cinema. Odyssey Cinema enables

physicians to receive a real-time high definition view of a procedure

from any point in the network of installed Odyssey Systems. It also

includes a powerful archiving capability that will allow clinicians to

store and replay entire procedures or segments of procedures, thereby

providing them with a significant new tool for clinical collaboration,

remote consultation, and training.

o Previewing Navigant 3.0 -- Navigant 3.0 is the next generation software

for Niobe focused on simplification, automation, and enhanced

integration. New capabilities include automatic registration with x-ray

and mapping systems, enhanced automation features, and re-targeting to

compensate for movement. Stereotaxis believes that, particularly when

used in combination with Odyssey, Navigant 3.0 will significantly

advance EP lab productivity and procedural workflow efficiency.

"With its Niobe Magnetic Navigation and Odyssey information management systems, Stereotaxis has built a powerful platform to advance the practice of electrophysiology well into the future, and we are confident that it will continue to transform interventional medicine in important ways," said Bevil Hogg, CEO of Stereotaxis. "We are delighted to see how pervasive a role Stereotaxis' platform is playing at Heart Rhythm 2008, fully independent of our own corporate initiatives and programs, and we view this as a profound endorsement of the simplicity, safety and efficacy of the Niobe system, as approximately 15,000 procedures have proven in every chamber of the heart. It is our belief that clinicians and patients will always seek out the safest alternative. We are committed to meeting this expectation of our customers, and recognize that this is our surest route to success."

Heart Rhythm 2008, the Heart Rhythm Society's 29th Annual Scientific Sessions, will be held
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