AED Inventor

HeartSine Clinical Research Manager Appointed to Prestigious International Board

HeartSine’s Clinical Research Manager has become the first female engineer to be appointed to a prestigious international board headquartered in Florida, USA.

Rebecca Di Maio, who manages the Clinical Team at HeartSine Technologies has been elected to the International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology (ISCE) Board.

The board focuses on bringing together leading industry experts from around the world, with …

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Innovations in the Mobile Defibrillator Movement

John Anderson, Phil., Ph.D. Medical Engineering, and co-founder of HeartSine, had a passion: to develop defibrillators that non-professional users with minimal training could use to save lives.

Beginning in 1967, Anderson led the BioMedical engineering group at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast, Ireland, the entity that had introduced the first mobile (albeit 110 lb.) defibrillator in 1966.  The goal …

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Farewell to a Friend

Last weekend, the health care community lost an innovator, a friend and luminary. HeartSine’s CEO, Uel McChesney, sent this heart-felt note to his colleagues and customers about the devastating loss of Professor John Anderson, M.Phil., Ph.D.

Dear Friends,

It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden death of our Chief Technical Officer and …

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HeartSine® Technologies Named One of the Most Innovative Businesses in the United Kingdom

The global AED manufacturer selected as one of nine finalists in the Orange Innovation category of the prestigious National UK Business Awards

Newtown, PA – September 6, 2011 – HeartSine® Technologies, Inc., a world leader in personal and public access defibrillators, announced that it is a finalist to receive the coveted Orange Innovation Award in the 10th annual UK National …

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