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Vital Images Releases Next Generation Enterprise-Wide Solutions Featuring Vitrea(R) 4.0 and ViTALConnect(R) 4.1
Date:8/21/2007

Enterprise-Wide Solutions Designed to Increase Efficiency

MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Vital Images, Inc. (Nasdaq: VTAL), a leading provider of enterprise-wide advanced visualization and analysis solutions, today announced it has released its next generation enterprise-wide advanced visualization and analysis product solutions with the release of Vitrea(R) 4.0 and ViTALConnect(R) 4.1. This comprehensive package offers powerful advanced visualization and analysis capabilities via workstation clients, remote clients and Web-based clients. These releases include significant enhancements to the company's powerful cardiovascular, neurovascular and gastrointestinal applications as well as improved Web-based cardiovascular analysis and distribution capabilities. In addition to the new version enhancements, the company also released ViTAL EP, a new electrophysiology (EP) planning application to augment its world class cardiovascular suite of products and Medicsight's ColonCAD(TM) for its InnerviewGI(TM) virtual colonoscopy application.

"Vital Images' Vitrea workstation-client set the productivity standard for advanced visualization and analysis clinical solutions," said Jay D. Miller, president and chief executive officer for Vital Images. "We've taken that same 'complexity made simple' approach to provide the most powerful tools via our Web-client, giving customers the ability to access these tools from anywhere at any time."

Enhancements to the company's Vitrea 4.0 workstation-client release include cardiovascular workflow enhancements such as automatic segmentation and probing of the coronary tree, easier vessel management and labeling, easy centerline editing and comprehensive rep
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