The ‘Defibrillator Design Challenge’ is inviting designers to submit visual ideas to make the presence of defibrillators more visible to the public.
The competition, labelled ‘an amalgamation of public health and public art’, strives to make AEDs, which shock the heart …
February 21, 2014
Wigan and Leigh College in Greater Manchester received a HeartSine Technologies defibrillator that had been donated by none other than the Tongan Rugby League team.
The players were based in Leigh during the Rugby League World Cup and donated the team’s Automated External Defibrillator …
February 12, 2014
A Norwegian smartphone app developer has donated a HeartSine defibrillator to a sports club in Stavanger, Norway, after he was awarded the lifesaving samaritan PAD 350P for his ground-breaking health and safety application.
Trond Hansen, owner and manager of Mellora, picked up the accolade of the country’s best ‘Work Environment Friendly Product’ for his ‘Health Safety Environment Quality’ (HSEQ) …
November 12, 2013
In a recent speech in Northern Ireland, British Prime Minister David Cameron talks about being beaten to the White House by HeartSine: “…and you finally get to the inner sanctum of the White House. You really think you’ve made it; but, of course, I got there and realized a business from Northern Ireland had beaten me to it.”
October 17, 2013
In his speech in Belfast today, British Prime Minister David Cameron proudly recalled seeing a HeartSine automated external defibrillator at the White House― installed to protect the President and his staff in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest.
Said Cameron: “When I became Prime Minister I went to visit President Obama in Washington. Turning up in a motorcade, going …
October 15, 2013
Joy Taggart, inside sales manager at HeartSine Technologies, shares tips for exporting products in this issue of Business First (go to page 52 of the ezine).
In the article, she advises companies seeking to export to find and build a strong relationship with a solid distribution partner. Explaining one reason for HeartSine’s global success, Joy tells Business …
July 12, 2013
HeartSine came to the rescue when Swedish sports commentator Christer Ulfbåge suffered a sudden cardiac arrest while participating in a recent celebrity golf tournament.
Ulfbåge, 71, collapsed on the course located outside Stockholm and was immediately and continuously given CPR by fellow golfer and friend Hans Fahlén while waiting for an ambulance to arrive.
With the ambulance still minutes out …
June 24, 2013
HeartSine® Technologies, Inc., a world leader in personal and public access defibrillators, is partnering with San Clemente‐based EMS Safety Services to donate five of its samaritan® public access defibrillators (PAD) to the City of San Clemente Marine Safety Division for use in its four‐wheel drive rescue vehicles.
Designed for the lifesaving treatment of sudden cardiac arrest in public areas, the …
April 19, 2013
HeartSine’s innovative technology is saving lives from football fields to jet liners. Symon Ross, editor of Ulster Business, met CEO Declan O’Mahoney to find out more about its plans for new products and future growth.
Northern Ireland has a long history of innovation when it comes to treating cardiac arrest.
The process emergency departments use to treat cardiac arrest is …
October 10, 2012
Last fall, longtime Bethlehem resident Lee “Butch” Martin suffered a heart attack while attending a Liberty High School football game to watch his granddaughter, Kaitlyn Marakovits, cheer for the Bethlehem Youth Raiders squad.