Sudden Cardiac Arrest

This channel includes news and new technology innovations about sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), which is also called sudden cardiac death (SCD). SCA occured when the heart suddenly ceases all electrical activity needed to keep the heart beating. Read more about the the condition from the Heart Rhythm Society.

News | July 17, 2007

July 18, 2007 - Cardium Therapeutics and its operating unit, InnerCool Therapies, have released its new CoolBlue...

Technology | July 17, 2007

Cardium Therapeutics and its operating unit, InnerCool Therapies, have released its new CoolBlue surface temperature...

News | April 08, 2007

April 10, 2007 — University of California San Diego Medical Center cardiology and neurology specialists are using a...

Technology | March 26, 2007

ZOLL Medical Corp. has received FDA clearance to market and sell the ZOLL M Series with Real CPR Help...

Technology | March 22, 2007

The ZOLL R Series is a Code-Ready device that is simple, smart and ready to use. It offers a one step...

News | February 06, 2007

Feb. 7, 2007 — Cardium Therapeutics and its operating unit InnerCool Therapies have announced they will launch two...

Technology | February 06, 2007

Rapidly cooling a patient's core temperature, the ThermoSuit System consists of a disposable body suit and a means...

News | November 02, 2006

A new cooling pad enters the healthcare market, joining a growing number of cooling systems used to induce...

Alexandra Martyniak, technologist, pediatric cath lab at the University of Chicago

Feature | October 05, 2006 | Judy Hostert-Harvey

Having the most up-to-date blood gas readings is critical when dealing with many patients, especially pulmonary and...

In just three easy steps physicians can perform onsite chemistry analysis with the Piccolo Xpress Chemistry Analyzer.

Case Study | October 03, 2006

The genesis of the Abaxis Piccolo technology began with NASA, where scientists sought to develop and manufacture a...

In March of 2001 a specially modified Philips HDI 5000 ultrasound system was installed on the International Space Station's Human Research Facility. It is being used to monitor the astronauts' health and to conduct experiments. Pictured: Expedition 5 Flight Engineer Peggy Whitson. (Photo courtesy of NASA)

Feature | September 25, 2006 | Kim Phelan

Two of the six astronauts from the shuttle mission Atlantis became part of an ongoing cardiovascular study at NASA...

The Bair Paws forced-air hospital gown from Arizant Healthcare.

Feature | September 12, 2006 | Ryan Hiett

It may seem like a simple concept, but the importance of properly controlled patient temperature is still surprising...

Technology | May 25, 2006

The “crash cart” defibrillator-monitor from Cardiac Science is designed specifically for use by medical...

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