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iCardiac Reports Significant Revenue Growth and Profitability
Date:2/23/2009

iCardiac Continues to Successfully Leverage Differentiated Service and Product Offering

Rochester, New York (PRWEB) February 23, 2009 -- iCardiac Technologies, Inc., a leading innovator in advanced cardiac safety biomakers and automated QT analysis, today announced that the company has experienced significant revenue growth as its quarter over quarter revenues have grown in excess of 100%. Pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies continue to select iCardiac as a critical provider for their cardiac safety studies because of the company's scientific expertise, project management capabilities, as well as the industry's most advanced ECG analysis methodologies, which can both dramatically reduce the cost of cardiac safety studies in addition to reducing the likelihood of false-positives. Additionally, as iCardiac's revenues have continued to increase, the company achieved profitability in the last quarter of 2008.

iCardiac continues to advance the field of cardiac safety in Phase I, II, III as well as TQT studies through its end-to-end offering of cardiac safety analysis services. During 2009, iCardiac will aggressively continue to bring to market its Highly Automated QT(sm) and QT beat-to-beat offerings.

"To date our highly automated technology has been applied in over 10 clinical QT data analyses," said Sasha Latypova, Executive Vice President at iCardiac Technologies. "Pharmaceutical companies are gaining more accurate results and are substantially lowering the cost per Thorough QT study."

The drive to greater automation of the cardiac safety analysis process stems from general dissatisfaction in the industry regarding "gold standard" manual measurements that are both time-consuming and expensive. iCardiac's highly automated QT technology is different from "fully automated" approaches - which are based solely on computers - bec
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