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The automated external defibrillator is projected to generate the largest revenue in the world external defibrillator market.
Pervier, left, receives an automated external defibrillator from Savers Bank Charlton branch manager Eileen J.
Cardiac Science, a wholly owned subsidiary of Opto Circuits (India) Ltd., develops, manufactures, and markets a family of advanced diagnostic and therapeutic cardiology devices and systems, including automated external defibrillators (AED), electrocardiograph devices (ECG/EKG), cardiac stress treadmill and systems, PC-based diagnostic workstations, Holter monitoring systems, hospital defibrillators, vital signs monitors, cardiac rehabilitation telemetry systems, and cardiology data management systems (informatics) that connect with hospital information (HIS), electronic medical record (EMR), and other information systems.
Developer and marketer of medical devices and software solutions Medical Corporation (NasdaqGS:ZOLL) has executed field corrective action on its AED Plus automated external defibrillator by notifying its broad range of customers via mail and telephone, the company declared on Monday.
Unlike regular defibrillators, an automated external defibrillator requires minimal training to use.
Central and West Japan Railway companies announced Monday they will install one automated external defibrillator in each Shinkansen bullet train on the Tokaido and Sanyo lines by next January.
CHICAGO -- Placing an automated external defibrillator in the homes of patients with a previous anterior-wall MI did not reduce mortality in a large randomized, multicenter trial.
The first study to explore the use of automated external defibrillator (AEDs) in the home has found that although the safe and easy-to-use devices are effective for certain types of cardiac arrest, they were underused.
(8) Automated external defibrillator devices have been demonstrated to be safe and effective, even when used by law people, since the devices are designed not to allow a user to administer a shock until after the device has analyzed a victim's heart rhythm and determined that an electric shock is required ...
In fact, survival rates can be as high as 74% with the proper use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) within three minutes of collapse.
of Arlington, Vt., for an automated external defibrillator (AED) designed for Zoll Medical Corp., Chelmsford, Mass.
Officer Marti Overton quickly arrived on the scene with a portable automated external defibrillator and administered one electrical impulse and rescue breathing while Chief Granucci continued chest compressions.

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