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MedPro Scores 87 Percent Sales Revenue Increase in Second Quarter
Date:7/30/2009

WAUKESHA, Wis., July 30 /PRNewswire/ -- MedPro Imaging, a premium provider of new and refurbished ultrasound solutions, reported an 87 percent increase in sales revenues for the second quarter of 2009 compared to Q2 2008. The growth was supported by the sale of more than 90 new and used systems to a wide variety of clinical settings, including the Lung and Asthma Center of Central Washington.

"We purchased a MindRay M5 ultrasound system from MedPro based on its excellent image quality and the strong positive reputation of MedPro," said Paula Peterson, manager, Lung and Asthma Center. "We evaluated several other systems and the supporting services prior to making this decision. In the end, the reliability of the MindRay system, coupled with MedPro's consultative sales process and customer service track record, were the key factors as we continue to add state-of-the-art technology in support of excellent patient care."

The Lung and Asthma Center is a dedicated group of pulmonary physicians that use ultrasound to diagnose thoracic disease and guide thoracic procedures. The high quality ultrasound images can be seamlessly captured and stored for documentation in the Center's PACS.

The Wisconsin-based MedPro Imaging markets ultrasound products and services in 17 countries, globally. MedPro offers new and used options in ultrasound systems, transducers and parts. The Company is a GE and MindRay national distributor and also offers additional products which focus on other leading manufacturers of ultrasound systems. These include Siemens, Sonosite, ATL/Philips and other highly trusted brands.

"In these challenging economic times, we are finding that well-priced ultrasound systems are in significant demand," said Keith Rubenstein, senior vice president of sales and marketing for MedPro. "Our sales of both refurbished and high-value new systems co
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