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Cardiac Science Announces Data Connectivity with LUMEDX
Date:10/17/2007

Innovative firms partner to improve workflow and data connectivity for

Cardiac Rehabilitation

BOTHELL, Wash., Oct. 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cardiac Science Corporation (Nasdaq: CSCX), a global leader in advanced cardiac monitoring and defibrillation products, announced today that its new cardiac rehab system, Q- Tel RMS(R) 3.0, now has seamless connectivity with LUMEDX CardioWellness(TM) data management software.

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The integration of rehabilitation data from the Q-Tel RMS 3.0 system into CardioWellness enables the best possible treatment decisions. The combination allows caregivers to seamlessly integrate data from the Q-Tel RMS 3.0 rehabilitation system into CardioWellness, creating a comprehensive diagnosis and treatment plan tuned specifically to the patient's gender specific needs. By applying this gender-specific understanding of the patient's disease state to the rehabilitation treatment, outcomes can be improved.

"Cardiac Science is dedicated to helping its customers improve their workflows and improve access to data, facilitating the best possible treatment decisions," said Ren Mitchell, director of diagnostic marketing at Cardiac Science. "In response to feedback from clinicians, the Q-Tel RMS 3.0 features enhanced connectivity capabilities to improve rehab center workflow, while maintaining the heritage of reliability and high performance of the Q-Tel family of rehabilitation management systems. We believe that this collaboration with LUMEDX will improve patient care and better meet the needs of our custome
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