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Cardiac Science Launches 'Anywhere' Data Management for HIS and EMR Systems
Date:6/16/2008

Pyramis(R), the flagship HeartCentrix(R) data management product for the hospital market, works anywhere there is a secure Internet connection

BOTHELL, Wash., June 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cardiac Science today announced the launch of Pyramis(R) 6.2, the flagship HeartCentrix(R) data management product for the hospital market. Pyramis 6.2 centralizes diagnostic cardiology data for rapid access across all facilities within a hospital network. Cardiac Science (Nasdaq: CSCX) is a global leader in advanced cardiac diagnosis, resuscitation, rehabilitation, and informatics products.

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"Hospitals love the remote access features," said Rene Mitchell, director of diagnostic marketing for Cardiac Science. "And they don't have to invest in custom connectivity software or hardware, since Pyramis 6.2 communicates with all Health Level 7 (HL7) interfaces on an open architecture, thus reducing hospital expenditures."

Pyramis is multi-modal. It supports hospitals' preferred electrocardiogram devices (ECGs), stress testing equipment, Holter monitors, and other devices on a single platform -- and provides bi-directional communication when paired with most Quinton(R) and Burdick(R) devices. Pyramis 6.2:

-- Improves patient care, because it removes many manual steps which slow

down the care-giving process in ECG, stress, Holter, and other

applications;

-- Saves time, because patient demographics and orders are downloaded

directly into the cardiac monitoring mode of choice;

-- Eliminates transcription errors, since everything is
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