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Dixtal Medical Purchases Novametrix Pulse Oximetry Business from Respironics
Date:10/8/2007

not a material transaction for Respironics.

The sale of the Novametrix pulse oximetry business to Dixtal Medical will result in a company dedicated to the Novametrix pulse oximetry technology continuing to serve the Novametrix pulse oximetry customer base. Respironics will continue to market and sell its core multi-parameter monitoring products that contain pulse oximetry as these multi-parameter products, such as the NICO2(R), Tidal Wave(R) and CO2SMO(R) monitors, are not being sold to Dixtal Medical.

Dixtal Medical will initially focus on establishing the Dixtal/Novametrix pulse oximetry brand products with a customer-centric organization designed to support the worldwide installed base of hospitals which are utilizing Novametrix pulse oximetry products. Dixtal Medical will continue to develop the Dixtal/Novametrix pulse oximetry products and eventually will import, market, service and support Dixtal Biomedica multi-parameter monitoring systems for domestic and worldwide markets.

Respironics is a leading developer, manufacturer and distributor of innovative products and programs that serve the global sleep and respiratory markets. Focusing on emerging market needs, the Company is committed to providing valued solutions to help improve outcomes for patients, clinicians and healthcare providers. Respironics markets its products in 141 countries and employs over 5,100 associates worldwide. Further information can be found on the Company's Web site: http://www.respironics.com.

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This document contains forward-looking statements, including statements relating to, among other things, developments in the healthcare industry; the success of the Company's marketing, sales, and promotion programs; future sales, acceptance, and quality of the Company's products and programs; the results of clinical trials; the timing and success of new product introductions; new produ
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