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World's First Non-Contact Thermometer for Children Now Available at Walgreens Nationwide
Date:11/20/2007

Revolutionary Thermofocus(R) 5-in-1 Lets Parents Get the Jump on Cold and

Flu Season

NEW PALTZ, N.Y., Nov. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Kidz-Med, Inc., a division of American Scientific Resources (Pink Sheets: ASFX), today announced the launch of the Thermofocus(R) 5-in-1 Thermometer, the first non-contact clinical thermometer in the world, now available at Walgreens Stores nationwide and online at http://www.kidzmed.com.

Made in Italy, and long recommended by doctors throughout Europe and Asia, the revolutionary Thermofocus(R) 5-in-1 takes a temperature in one second, without touching a child's skin or ear. Using a safe patented infrared technology, all you do is point the Thermofocus(R) 5-in-1 at a child's forehead and the core body temperature is displayed on an easy to read screen. It is as accurate as a rectal thermometer and more accurate than an ear thermometer.

"As a physician and father of two children, I know how difficult it is to take the temperature of a squirming, wriggling, sick and fretful child," says Dr. Christopher F. Tirotta, founder of Kidz-Med, Inc., and Director of Cardiac Anesthesia at the Congenital Heart Institute of Miami Children's Hospital and Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children. "With cold and flu season approaching, the Thermofocus(R) 5-in-1 can really take the worry out of wondering if your child is running a fever while it completely alleviates the hassle of getting an accurate reading. It can even help detect inflammation, circulatory problems, and infections."

The Thermofocus(R) 5-in-1 is a new parent's best friend, taking the fear and anxiety out of caring for a new baby, and offers the tried and true parent a convenience they could never have imagined in caring for a sick child. The Thermofocus(R) 5-in-1 takes 5 essential temperature readings: core body temperature, baby's milk, food, room and bath water temperatures. No more fear of scalding bathwater or milk that's just too hot or too cold and the memory function stores up to nine temperature readings so that you can track a fever and know whether your child is recovering or getting worse -- and that you need a trip to the doctor. The Thermofocus(R) 5-in-1 is non-invasive, quick, precise, hygienic, safe, and trauma-free.

"At Walgreens, we're always seeking out new products that offer solutions to consumer needs," said Robert Tompkins, Divisional Merchandise Manager for Health and Wellness for Walgreens Stores. "We believe the Thermofocus(R) 5-in- 1 will have strong appeal for parents and we're pleased to be the exclusive U.S. retailer of this advanced technology."

The Thermofocus(R) 5-in-1 retails for $99.95

ABOUT THE No Touch Thermofocus(R) 5-in-1

-- Totally non-invasive

-- Easy to use

-- Takes a temperature in less than one second

-- Uses completely safe infrared technology

-- More hygienic than other thermometers

-- Readings displayed in Fahrenheit or Celsius

-- Keeps up to 9 readings in memory

-- Needs no cover or packaging for storing

-- Meets or exceeds ASTM E thermometry standards within +/-0.4F when used

properly and has a 510k FDA registration.

-- Powered by 4 AAA batteries (included) for up to 10,000 readings

ABOUT KIDZ-MED, INC

Kidz-Med, Inc. (http://www.kidzmed.com), a division of American Scientific Resources, (ASFX-OTC) was founded in 1993 by Dr. Christopher Tirotta to create the children's pre-operative educational videos "A Hospital Trip With Dr. Bip" and "Dr. Bip's New Baby Tips". Today, Kidz-Med, Inc. is leading the pediatric and children's health and safety products industry in innovation by providing the most revolutionary patented family-friendly products sourced from around the globe to help keep children safe and parents reassured.

Other ingenious Kidz-Med products include:

-- Kidz-Med(R) MEDICINE DISPENSER - A pacifier with a special plunger

designed to administer liquid medicine to babies. Made in South Africa.

-- Kidz-Med(R) WHISTLE WATCH(TM) (Peak Flow Monitor) - a peak flow monitor

disguised as a toy whistle, it monitors lung capacity in children with

asthma which can both warn of an oncoming attack and gauge the efficacy

of recently administered asthma or allergy medicines. Made in South

Africa.

-- Kidz-Med(R) Portable Ultrasonic Nebulizer - a portable nebulizer with

two intensity levels that converts liquid medicine to a vapor for

chronic asthma and allergy sufferers, it comes complete with masks

designed for both children and adults, a rechargeable battery, car

adaptor, and a carrying case. Made in China.

-- Kidz-Med(R) SCALDSAFE(TM) - a water temperature indicator that ensures

a bathing temperature below 93.2 degrees Fahrenheit, the recommended

water temperature for bathing an infant. Made in South Africa.

For Interviews & Information contact Elizabeth Bayles-Jordan

Telephone: 212-223-2082 ebayles@kidzmed.com


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