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Cardiac Science, Inc., a subsidiary of Opto Circuits (India) Ltd, was formed in December 1991. Its roots go back as early as 1913 with the founding of the Burdick Company, a pioneer in the development of EKG machines and to this day still the number one name in field of electroencephalograph (ECG or EKG) technology. Known as Cardiac Science Corporation on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange (symbol: CSCX) since 2005, the company is the global leader in all types of noninvasive cardiology products and sells equipment under the following brand names:
- Cardiac Science
With headquarters in Bothell, Washington, just outside of Seattle, the company also has domestic offices in Wisconsin and California as well as overseas operations in China, the U.K., France, Denmark and Central Europe. Products are distributed in more than 100 countries and the company maintains a vast worldwide service network.
As the world's leading developer, manufacturer and seller of cardiology products, both diagnostic and therapeutic, the company is credited with developing the first clinical protocol and mechanical treadmill which has become the basis for modern-day cardiac stress testing. They were also instrumental in designing the first fully automatic bedside defibrillator, a unit capable of treating heart arrhythmias without human intervention.
Devices marketed under the Cardiac Science umbrella include:
- EKG machines and other equipment designed to uncover and identify early indications of heart disease
- Systems designed for cardiac rehabilitation and cardiac data management
- Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) for treating patients suffering sudden cardiac arrest