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Fresh from primetime cameo, Sotera Wireless’ remote patient monitoring tech nabs $14.8M

If you watched NBC’s Rock Center a couple of weeks ago, you might have noticed a segment featuring Dr. Eric Topol, a longtime cardiologist, author of “The Creative Destruction of Medicine” and one of the leading voices in digital medicine. In the segment, he showed off a futuristic flip-phone-sized touchscreen device, worn on the wrist, that helps doctors keep tabs on their patients from afar. The device, called the VisiMobile monitor, tracks a patient’s blood pressure, heart rate, respiration rate and other indicators, and lets doctors check in from wherever they might be via PC, tablet or smartphone.

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SAFEGUARD SCIENTIFICS DEPLOYS $1.33 MILLION INTO SOTERA WIRELESS

Sotera’s ViSi Mobile platform is a comprehensive, vital signs monitoring system that offers an effective, economical solution to enable hospitals to monitor their entire patient population in real time Wayne, Pa.—February 6, 2013—Safeguard Scientifics, Inc. (NYSE: SFE), a holding company that provides growth capital and operational support to healthcare and technology companies, deployed $1.33 million as part of a $14.8 million financing for Sotera Wireless, Inc., a San Diego, Calif.-based medical device company that has developed a new wireless patient monitoring platform called ViSi Mobile®. Sotera will use the proceeds from this financing to build out its sales network and channel distribution partners. Safeguard Scientifics Deploys $1.33 Million into Sotera Wireless

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ViSi Mobile on Rock Center with Brian Williams – January 24, 2013

One of the world’s top physicians, Dr. Eric Topol, has a prescription that could improve your family’s health and make medical care cheaper. Topol has become the foremost expert in the exploding field of wireless medicine. Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports. If you would like to watch the piece on ViSi Mobile ONLY, please click: http://youtu.be/p-9r_uu5Vp0 If you would like to watch the entire segment on “iDoctor: Could a smartphone be the future of medicine?” please click: http://video.msnbc.msn.com/rock-center/50582822#50582822

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HIMSS 2013

ViSi Mobile will be showcased in the Intermountain Healthcare Booth and Intermountain Healthcare’s “Interactive Patient Room” http://www.himssconference.org/

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Wearable ViSi Mobile System lets doctors wirelessly monitor patients

Dr. McCoy’s tricoder isn’t looking too futuristic these days. Not only are real life versions of the Star Trek device under development, but some new medical devices are making it look a bit old fashioned. Take, for example, the ViSi Mobile vital signs monitor built by Sotera Wireless of San Diego, California.

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