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University of Nevada School of Medicine Professor Confirms Accuracy Through Validation Study Using the CSI Health Station Model 6K
Date:9/7/2007

Computerized Screening, Inc. (CSI) participates in methodology study of ausculatory method vs. patented multiple technique blood pressure readings

compared to ANSI/AAMI SP 10 Standards.

RENO, Nev., Sept. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Professor of Pharmacology Dr. Iain L.O. Buxton at the University of Nevada School of Medicine has completed an accuracy validation study of the CSI Blood Pressure Health System.

The study was conducted at the HAWC Clinic in Reno, Nevada and a pharmacy in Sparks, Nevada. The focus of the study was to validate the accuracy of the methodology used in the FDA approved medical device, blood pressure system, installed at many local businesses and pharmacies as well as throughout the nation and world.

Digital and electronic methodology of the CSI health system was compared to the manual ausculatory method for accurate analysis of blood pressure monitoring using the standards established by ANSI/AAMI SP 10.

Two assisting investigators teamed with Dr. Buxton at the pharmacy and the HAWC clinic where patients were randomly approached and asked to have their blood pressure taken after a brief survey to determine eligibility. The Bland-Altman of Systolic Diastolic Pressure standards were used to determine the "Difference vs Average" graphical readings with manual mercury ausculatory methodology used as the standard.

The 157 volunteers in the study had their blood pressure and heart rate screened by the CSI Health Station and simultaneously, manually by Dr. Buxton and his team.

The participants had no previous cardiac disease history and were connected to the CSI Health Station using an adult sized arm-cuff. The blood pressure measurement technique CSI developed is patented and uses the three accepted non-invasive measurement techniques; ausculatory (sound), oscillometric (pressure) and pattern identification to analyze 40,000-60,000 samples to determine a single blood pressure result.

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