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Stereotaxis Reports Record First Quarter Orders
Date:5/6/2008

nference, HRS, with very strong momentum."

After adjustment for one order, which the Company elected to take out of backlog due to delays in funding for an overseas project, and for systems recognized to revenue in the first quarter, at March 31, 2008, purchase orders and other commitments for Stereotaxis systems totaled approximately $66 million, including approximately $13 million of new orders received during the quarter. Of the new orders, approximately $1.5 million were for the Odyssey system. The Company reported orders of $10.6 million in the first quarter of 2007. The Company does not include orders for disposables, service, or other accessories in its backlog data. These orders or commitments are subject to contingencies that are outside the Company's control and may be revised, modified or cancelled. Competitive efforts continue to have little or no impact on the Company's order flow or conversion of backlog to revenue.

"Clinicians have now performed approximately 15,000 procedures using our Niobe system. Most importantly, our major adverse event rate in electrophysiology stands at an impressive 0.1%. We believe this safety record is unsurpassed, by far, compared with both manual and competitive robotic procedures, and is supported by a substantial body of almost 90 peer-reviewed publications," added Mr. Hogg. "We are confident in our belief that well- informed physicians and their patients will invariably seek out the safer alternative."

"We have also developed tremendous interest in our Odyssey system, and during the first quarter we added approximately $1.5 million in Odyssey orders to our backlog," said Mr. Hogg. "It appears as though we will far exceed our original goal of 20 orders for the Odyssey system during 2008. We believe that the Odyssey platform, acting as the information and networking hub for the EP lab, can enable clinicians to improve efficiency and efficacy, by making it possible to consolidate and better manage info
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