Cardiac Science ships Atria 3100 electrocardiograph

12 December 2006

Bothell, Wash., USA. Cardiac Science Corporation (NASDAQ:CSCX),  has started shipping its latest electrocardiograph (ECG), the Burdick Atria 3100. This compact, easy-to-use ECG is designed for the primary care physician's office, and features on-board wired Ethernet and wireless 802.11g, making it optimal for communication with electronic medical record systems (EMRs).

The Atria 3100 is equipped with the same easy-to-use, clinically superior features as the previous model, the Atria 3000, which in 2004 was named product of the year by the Healthcare Independent Distributors Association. The 3100 is enhanced with easily upgrade- able, on-board connectivity features that improve practice workflow and productivity.

"Burdick has been the leading ECG brand in the primary care marketplace," said Garry Norris, vice president of marketing. "We believe this is due to our commitment to providing quality, innovation and superior service to physicians on the front-line of cardiac care. Burdick devices are known for setting the industry standard for clinical efficacy and ease-of-use.

"The enhanced features of the Atria 3100 make it an excellent ECG for family and internal medicine practices. With physicians adopting EMR systems in greater numbers, the Atria 3100 adds further value to this investment by integrating ECG results seamlessly with the IT system to drive productivity improvements across the rest of the practice," Mr. Norris added.

Cardiac Science is headquartered in Bothell, Washington, and also has operations in California and Wisconsin, Shanghai, China and Manchester, UK.

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