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From the AED and ECG machine to the modern stress test, Cardiac Science creates products that improve public health
At Cardiac Science, we invented the first automated external defibrillator (AED) that was fully automatic, the single-channel interpretive electrocardiogram (ECG machine or EKG machine), and the first modern stress test.
We manufacture AED machines, ECG, cardiac stress and holter systems, vital signs monitors, and cardiac rehabilitation equipment. You’ll find our AED and ECG / EKG machines in schools, military installations, hospitals, and doctors’ offices worldwide. Cardiac Science services include AED management programs, CPR / AED training, record keeping, AED maintenance, and medical oversight of heart safe automated external defibrillator programs. We’ve implemented more than 20,000 AED programs worldwide.
Our cardiac care products are sold under the trusted Burdick®, HeartCentrix®, Powerheart®, and Quinton® names. At Cardiac Science, we work to improve public health by creating products for the management of heart disease.
The earliest Cardiac Science company was founded in 1913 by F.F. Burdick and F.A. Anderson. The Burdick Company, as it was then known, developed the first infrared lamp for medical use. The company went on to become a pioneer in electrocardiograph technology and the preferred ECG brand among clinicians – a position Burdick, now a Cardiac Science brand, still holds today.
In 1953, Wayne Quinton teamed with Dr. Robert Bruce, who developed the very first clinical protocol that enabled consistent and repeatable cardiac testing at an elevated heart rate. Quinton invented the first mechanical treadmill expressly designed for this application. Together, the innovations formed the genesis of modern cardiac stress testing.
Cardiac Science, Inc, was formed in 1991 to develop FDA-approved rhythm-analysis software (RHYTHMx), the foundation for the first fully automatic bedside defibrillator. The Powerheart defibrillator was able to treat life-threatening arrhythmias without the need for human intervention. In 2001, Cardiac Science acquired Survivalink and its STAR biphasic AED technology. The company consolidated all AED production under the Powerheart brand and now, with 80 Powerheart patents, these AEDs include some of the most technologically advanced, easiest-to-use features in the field.
Quinton Cardiology Systems (Quinton) went public on the Nasdaq market (as “QUIN”) in 2002. The following year, Quinton acquired Burdick, the market leader in noninvasive cardiology products sold through distribution, and broadened its product portfolio for physician offices. In 2005, Quinton and Cardiac Science, Inc., merged under the name Cardiac Science Corp., with the Nasdaq symbol “CSCX”. The combined enterprise broke the $100-million revenue mark for the first time that year, and united four of the most trusted brands in cardiac technology: Burdick, HeartCentrix, Powerheart, and Quinton.
Cardiac Science Today
Today, Cardiac Science aims to become the company the global medical community thinks of first for high-quality, noninvasive cardiac equipment and services that help save lives. We became a subsidiary of Opto Circuits (India) Ltd. in December, 2010.