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QRS Diagnostic Releases 64-bit and Windows(R) 7 Compatible Software

Tuesday, March 23, 2010 General News J E 4
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MINNEAPOLIS, March 22 QRS Diagnostic, proven leader in innovative design and development of PC-based medical devices, announces its latest release of Office Medic(TM) (version 5.3) is compatible with Windows® 7 (64-bit) and Vista (64-bit) operating systems. Office Medic(TM) is in use by over 10,000 customers worldwide and has become a popular link between providers' diagnostic test data and electronic medical records (EMRs). Adding 64-bit and Windows 7 compatibility further enhances the Office Medic(TM) suite (EKG, Spirometry and Vitals) making it compatible with the latest Windows operating systems and PC architecture.

"As the industry leader in portable and robust PC-based medical devices, we are excited to offer Windows 7 [32 and 64-bit] compatibility to our customers. Our commitment is to the continuous improvement of our products and to make certain they remain compatible with current operating environments," said QRS' Marketing Manager, Jamaica Thatcher.

About QRS Diagnostic

Founded in 1994, QRS Diagnostic, Plymouth, Minnesota, uses its patented technology to design and develop medical devices that simplify and reduce the costs of diagnostic testing. The company's PC Card and USB technology platform turns handheld PDAs, laptops, or desktop PCs into modular and upgradeable medical devices, including electrocardiographs, spirometers, pulse oximeters, and vital signs devices. QRS devices communicate with the company's Office Medic(TM) software platform, enabling physicians to cost-effectively perform diagnostic procedures on off-the-shelf computer hardware. The affordability, durability and mobility of QRS devices also advance patient monitoring in home health care and disease management. The company's products are FDA cleared, CE Marked, and available in seven languages. For more information on QRS, please visit www.QRSdiagnostic.com.

SOURCE QRS Diagnostic
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