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cardiac

1. of or relating to the heart
2. of or relating to the portion of the stomach connected to the oesophagus
3. a person with a heart disorder
4. Obsolete a drug that stimulates the heart muscle

cardiac

[′kärd·ē‚ak]
(anatomy)
Of, pertaining to, or situated near the heart.
Of or pertaining to the cardia of the stomach.
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With over 1,200 hospitals in Australia, we believe there is a substantial market for Powerheart," said Ray Jarvis, sales and marketing manager for Cardiac Science's new Australian distribution partner, CS Australia Pty Ltd of Melbourne, Australia.
AEDs provide life-saving defibrillation therapy to restore normal heart rhythm to a sudden cardiac arrest victim.
Cardiac Science receives this award in recognition of its determined efforts toward developing safe, innovative, and superior quality automated defibrillators (AEDs) that can effectively treat victims of sudden cardiac arrest.
Cardiac Science and Survivalink are currently collaborating to integrate Cardiac Science's proprietary monitoring and automatic tachyarrhythmia detection technology into Survivalink's AEDs.
Artema develops, manufactures and markets bedside and portable multi-parameter patient monitors and defibrillator devices used in cardiac and emergency care applications inside and outside of hospitals.
They thoroughly understand health-care sales and marketing and have distinguished themselves as top revenue producers and results-oriented managers prior to joining Cardiac Science.
14, 2001, Cardiac Science announced that it signed a definitive merger agreement to acquire Survivalink Corp.
Cardiac Science's offer is conditional upon the tender of at least 90% of the issued and outstanding shares of Artema and receiving all required Swedish and U.
Since Cardiac Science's Powerheart automatically delivers defibrillation in seconds without the aid of hospital staff, it is my belief that once deployed in Canadian hospitals, this new technology will save lives, reduce patient complications from delayed resuscitation, and reduce hospital costs.
Physicians will now have the opportunity to attach Powerheart to patients undergoing outpatient or office-based surgical procedures who are deemed to be at risk for developing cardiac arrhythmias.
Designed to provide a life-saving defibrillation shock that restores a normal heart rhythm to a cardiac arrest victim, AEDs are commonly used by emergency first responders including firefighters, police officers and EMT personnel.
Powerheart represents the first commercial product to utilize Cardiac Science's proprietary RHYTHMx ECD(TM) tachyarrhythmia detection and defibrillation technology and related disposable defibrillation electrodes.