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PLC Systems Reports Fourth Quarter 2007 Results
Date:3/5/2008

Meanwhile, we are awaiting approval of the clinical study utilizing our RenalGuard System(TM) and RenalGuard Therapy(TM) at the Centro Cardiologico Monzino (CCM- University of Milan) in Milan, Italy. We anticipate that this study will greatly increase the visibility of our RenalGuard System and RenalGuard Therapy throughout the European Union, and will be instrumental in supporting our initial limited launch of the product in Italy starting later this quarter."

Mr. Tauscher added, "At the same time, 2007 was a year of transition for our core TMR business. In March 2007, we began a new relationship with Novadaq Technologies, Inc., replacing Edwards Lifesciences as our exclusive U.S. TMR distribution partner. We had anticipated the transition would take some time, and our expectations were correct. We are pleased that fourth quarter 2007 HL2 system sales and TMR kit shipments from Novadaq to U.S. hospitals increased sequentially from the third quarter of 2007. We believe that Novadaq is working hard to build this business for the long-term, since the synergies between our TMR system and Novadaq's SPY(R) Imaging Technology are strong. Those synergies, plus the increased experience of Novadaq's sales force with the TMR technology, we hope will lead to improved performance for this business in 2008."

During the fourth quarter of 2007, PLC shipped seven CO2 Heart Lasers (HL2) to U.S. hospitals through Novadaq, compared to six HL2s shipped in the fourth quarter of 2006. Three of the shipments in the fourth quarter of 2007 were new HL2 lasers and four were redeployed units. PLC ended the fourth quarter of 2007 with 169 HL2 CO2 Heart Lasers located at heart centers throughout the U.S. During the fourth quarter of 2007, a total of 372 disposable TMR kits were shipped, all to hospitals in the U.S., by Novadaq. In comparison, a total of 313 and 466 disposable TMR kits were delivered to hospitals in the U.S. during the third quarter of 2007 and the fourth quarter o
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