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Datascope Corp. (DSCP)

10/28/2005 Proxy Information

Mr. Altschiller has been engaged as a consultant to the Corporation since September 1998, providing advice and counsel in the area of advertising. In consideration for these services, the Corporation paid Mr. Altschiller a consulting fee of $200,000 during fiscal year 2005.

Adam Saper, the son of Lawrence Saper, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer, is employed by the Corporation and currently holds the title of Director of Business Development, Patient Monitoring Division. During fiscal year 2005, the Corporation paid Adam $175,000 in base salary and bonus and granted to him options to purchase 750 shares of Common Stock of the Corporation. The Compensation Committee reviews compensation paid to Adam Saper.

On June 9, 2000, Boris Leschinsky, Vice President of Technology, received a loan from the Corporation with a principal amount of $200,000. The promissory note requires annual payments of $20,000 plus interest, based on an annual rate of eight percent with the final payment due on June 8, 2010. The current principal balance is $100,000. The largest aggregated amount outstanding at any time during fiscal year 2005 was $129,600, and the amount outstanding as October 1, 2005 was $102,475.

10/28/2004 Proxy Information

Mr. Altschiller has been engaged as a consultant to the Corporation since September 1998, providing advice and counsel in the area of advertising. In consideration for these services, the Corporation paid Mr. Altschiller a consulting fee of $200,000 during fiscal year 2004. In addition, Mr. Altschiller was paid a discretionary bonus of $20,000 in October 2004 for fiscal year 2004.

10/28/2003 Proxy Information

Mr. Altschiller has been engaged as a consultant to the Corporation since September 1998, providing advice and counsel in the area of advertising. In consideration for these services, the Corporation paid Mr. Altschiller a consulting fee of $184,500 during fiscal year 2003.