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CAS Medical Systems, Inc. Awarded $2.8 Million Grant by National Institutes of Health
Date:9/17/2007

uidance for establishing cerebral tissue oxygen saturation threshold values in various medical situations. Studies with this funding are planned to begin within the next two months."

To date, CASMED has been awarded six SBIR grants totaling $5 million from NINDS of the National Institutes of Health to support the development and commercialization of its absolute cerebral oximeter.

About the FORE-SIGHT Absolute Cerebral Oximeter

CASMED's initial market focus for the FORE-SIGHT product is on high-risk cardiovascular surgeries, of which there are about 700,000 performed each year in the U.S. Additional market opportunities include a broad range of general surgical procedures and post-operative and critical care settings. Protecting the brain from low oxygen levels during these procedures is an important goal of every surgical team because the brain is highly vulnerable to oxygen deprivation. At normal body temperatures, damage to brain cells due to lack of oxygen can occur after just a few seconds. The FORE-SIGHT Cerebral Oximeter provides new information that allows clinicians to monitor and respond to instances of brain tissue oxygen deprivation before damage to the brain occurs.

About CASMED(R)

Founded in 1984, CAS Medical Systems, Inc. is dedicated to the design and manufacture of innovative technologies and products vital to patient care in the most challenging clinical environments. Its current product lines include blood pressure measurement technology, vital signs monitoring equipment, blood pressure cuffs, apnea monitoring equipment and products for neonatal intensive care. With a reputation for the highest quality products available in the markets it serves, CASMED products are used by clinicians worldwide.

For further information regarding CAS Medical Systems, Inc., visit the Company's website at http://www.casmed.com.

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