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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
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