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Physio-Control, Inc.

11811 Willows Road Ne

Redmond, Washington 98052

United States

Company Description

Physio-Control, Inc. is headquartered in Redmond, Washington. The company was founded in 1955 and is the world's leading provider of professional emergency medical response solutions that predict or intervene in life-threatening emergencies. The company's ... more

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Emt-B

City of Glen Cove Volunteer EMS

Medical Informatics Sales

Medtronic , Inc.

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ER1 to read real-time ECGs from inbound ambulance patients - Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center

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Dennis O'Dowd, EMT, an informatics specialist for Medtronic Emergency Response Systems, said patients experiencing a heart attack have the best opportunity for a positive outcome if they receive treatment within the "Golden Hour" after the onset of signs and symptoms.

"Paramedics will now be able to transmit ECG data to the hospital prior to the patient's arrival, thus giving the emergency staff time to prepare triage activities. Physicians and nurses can ready Memorial's PET scanner, have thrombolytic clot-busting treatment ready to go and, if necessary, notify the closest cardiac catheterization lab. Thrombolytic therapy treatment can be reduced to as little as 15 minutes after the patient enters the ED, compared to an average of 42 minutes if the ECG is done at the hospital," O'Dowd said.


Dennis O'Dowd, EMT, an ...

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Dennis O'Dowd, EMT, an informatics specialist for Medtronic Emergency Response Systems, said patients experiencing a heart attack have the best opportunity for a positive outcome if they receive treatment within the "Golden Hour" after the onset of signs and symptoms.

"Paramedics will now be able to transmit ECG data to the hospital prior to the patient's arrival, thus giving the emergency staff time to prepare triage activities. Physicians and nurses can ready Memorial's PET scanner, have thrombolytic clot-busting treatment ready to go and, if necessary, notify the closest cardiac catheterization lab. Thrombolytic therapy treatment can be reduced to as little as 15 minutes after the patient enters the ED, compared to an average of 42 minutes if the ECG is done at the hospital," O'Dowd said.


ER1 to read real-time ECGs from inbound ambulance patients - Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center

www.nfmmc.org [cached]

Dennis O'Dowd, EMT, an informatics specialist for Medtronic Emergency Response Systems, said patients experiencing a heart attack have the best opportunity for a positive outcome if they receive treatment within the "Golden Hour" after the onset of signs and symptoms.

"Paramedics will now be able to transmit ECG data to the hospital prior to the patient's arrival, thus giving the emergency staff time to prepare triage activities. Physicians and nurses can ready Memorial's PET scanner, have thrombolytic clot-busting treatment ready to go and, if necessary, notify the closest cardiac catheterization lab. Thrombolytic therapy treatment can be reduced to as little as 15 minutes after the patient enters the ED, compared to an average of 42 minutes if the ECG is done at the hospital," O'Dowd said.


Dennis O'Dowd, EMT, an ...

www.nfmmc.org [cached]

Dennis O'Dowd, EMT, an informatics specialist for Medtronic Emergency Response Systems, said patients experiencing a heart attack have the best opportunity for a positive outcome if they receive treatment within the "Golden Hour" after the onset of signs and symptoms.

"Paramedics will now be able to transmit ECG data to the hospital prior to the patient's arrival, thus giving the emergency staff time to prepare triage activities.Physicians and nurses can ready Memorial's PET scanner, have thrombolytic clot-busting treatment ready to go and, if necessary, notify the closest cardiac catheterization lab.Thrombolytic therapy treatment can be reduced to as little as 15 minutes after the patient enters the ED, compared to an average of 42 minutes if the ECG is done at the hospital," O'Dowd said.


Upgrade for N.F. hospital ER unit - 2005-10-25

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Dennis O'Dowd, informatics specialist for Medtronic Emergency Response Systems, said patients experiencing a heart attack have the best opportunity for a positive outcome if they receive treatment within the "Golden Hour" after the onset of signs and symptoms.

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