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Stimulators, Electrical, Cardiac, Diagnostic

Definition : Electric programmable stimulators that are able to deliver precisely timed electrical impulses to the heart during spontaneous and paced rhythms. These stimulators may be used in asynchronous or synchronous mode to deliver stimuli of variable strength and for pacing in a wide range of cycle lengths (typically from 150 to 1,500 msec). Diagnostic cardiac stimulators are used to perform physiologic cardiac tests, such as to determine the function of various components of atrioventricular conduction, factors required for induction and termination of tachycardia, and to assess sinus node function.

Entry Terms : "Cardiac Diagnostic Stimulators" , "Physiologic Cardiac Test Stimulators" , "Electrophysiology Cardiac Stimulators" , "Stimulators, Diagnostic Cardiological"

UMDC code : 17121

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CardioCommand Inc

Company Type: Parent

CardioCommand, Inc. is the leading innovator of medical devices that perform temporary cardiac monitoring and pacing by integrating patented electronic technology with electrode catheters in the human esophagus. The Company's products have been used successfully on tens of thousands of patients. Over 20 leading institutions throughout the country and internationally have performed clinical trials and written articles in leading medical journals, affirming the effectiveness of CardioCommand's products.

Diagnosys LLC

Company Type: Parent

Diagnosys LLC is the technology leader in the field of ophthalmic electrophysiology. Offering a complete range of ERG, PERG, mfERG, EOG, flash and patttern VEP stimulator options recognized for superior engineering and performance, the Diagnosys Espion suite remains the system of choice for clinical, clinical trials, and advanced research applications.

Fischer Medical Technologies LLC

Company Type: Parent

Fischer's roots go back to 1910, when H.G. Fischer, the oldest manufacturer of X-ray imaging devices in the United States, began its operation in Chicago, IL. Fischer Medical Technologies LLC is based in Broomfield, Colorado and is the successor company to Fischer Imaging. Fischer Medical was formed in 2006 by the original founders of Fischer Imaging, and acquired the assets of Fischer Imaging, including all patents, trademarks, product designs, and 510(k) filings.

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