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The ScottCare Corporation Completes Acquisition of Rozinn Electronics, a Leading Manufacturer of Cardiac Diagnostic Products
Date:8/31/2007

CLEVELAND, Aug. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Cleveland-based The ScottCare Corporation, a leader in non-invasive external counterpulsation (ECP) therapy and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation telemetry, announced today that the company has completed the previously announced acquisition of the operations of Rozinn Electronics, Inc., a privately-held market leader in cardiovascular diagnostic equipment based in Glendale, NY.

"We are very pleased to welcome the customers, employees and vendors of Rozinn to ScottCare," said Ken Zajaczkowski, General Manager of The ScottCare Corporation. "We are excited about the opportunities created by adding Rozinn's leading portfolio of diagnostic products and distribution network. ScottCare can now provide products across the spectrum of cardiac care - diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation, meeting the needs of cardiology customers worldwide."

The acquisition strengthens ScottCare's position in non-invasive and diagnostic cardiology device markets around the world. ScottCare will accelerate development, marketing and support for Rozinn's diagnostic product suite including Holter for Windows+(R), Pacemaker and Event Monitoring Products. In addition, ScottCare will expand the availability of its leading cardiac rehab telemetry and ECP therapy products outside North America through Rozinn's extensive international network of dealers.

Rozinn key personnel, including Mark Rosoff, Karl Ziemann, Sneh Merchant and George Falcone, will continue to play a key roll in the further development and growth of Rozinn's diagnostic product line.

For more information, call 1-800-243-9412, ext. 133 or visit http://www.scottcare.com.

About The ScottCare Corporation

Since 1989, The ScottCare Corporation has developed, manufactured and marketed quality medical devices for non-invasive cardiology therapy and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation professionals. ScottCare is committed to providing the most advanced systems, unparalleled customer service and training, and software solutions to meet the unique and practical needs of clinicians, researchers, patients and other constituents within cardiac care, all in a cost-effective manner.

Based in Cleveland, Ohio, The ScottCare Corporation is a subsidiary of The Scott Fetzer Company, the flagship company of a diversified group headquartered in Westlake, Ohio and wholly-owned by Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Visit ScottCare on the web at: http://www.scottcare.com.

About Rozinn Electronics

Based in Glendale, New York, Rozinn was established in 1979 by Mark Rosoff and Karl Ziemann, and has enjoyed 28 years of steady growth as a result of innovative products and attentive customer service. Rozinn's market-leading product portfolio includes Holter for Windows+(R), and a market-leading cardiac diagnostic suite including Pacemaker and Event Monitoring employed in doctor's offices, clinics, scanning services, community hospitals, university medical centers and advanced pharmaceutical and bio-device research centers around the world. Visit Rozinn on the web at: http://www.rozinn.com.


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