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Cardiac Science Corporation Selects Colubris Networks' Wireless Solution for its Portable Electrocardiograph
Date:2/25/2008

Mobile Wireless ECG Devices Help Healthcare Organizations Deliver Clinical

Data Faster and Improve Productivity

WALTHAM, Mass., Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Colubris Networks, the leading global provider of intelligent wireless LANs (WLANs) for enterprises and service providers, today announced that Cardiac Science Corporation (Nasdaq: CSCX) (http://www.cardiacscience.com), the leading provider of cardiac monitoring, defibrillation and rehabilitative products, selected Colubris WLAN equipment to mobilize its portable electrocardiograph (ECG) devices at leading healthcare institutions. With mobile wireless ECGs, healthcare organizations can complete critical medical tests more quickly and improve employee productivity.

Healthcare institutions and physician groups are constantly searching for ways to quickly obtain vital clinical data such as ECG readings, and disseminate them rapidly and efficiently to physicians and other healthcare professionals. Cardiac Science's portable ECG carts communicate with healthcare information systems (HIS) through its Pyramis(R) ECG data management system, enabling physicians to order ECG tests and review results online.

Using Colubris technology, Cardiac Science enables wireless connectivity for its portable ECG carts. Technicians can receive ECG orders instantly and conduct tests at the patient bedside -- without having to connect the cart to a physical cable. Once the tests are completed, the results are immediately transmitted using Colubris' secure encryption technology, back to Pyramis and the HIS to ensure the rapid delivery of results. The ability of the technician to go directly to the bedside, without havin
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