Category: Zoll Medical Corp.
Zoll Medical wants Japanese regulatory approval to use its intravascular temperature management system to treat sudden cardiac arrests.
Zoll Medical wants to use its temperature management technology in Japan to treat sudden cardiac arrests, a new indication in that country for a system designed to cool or warm patients.
Zoll Medical says it's agreed to acquire the InnerCool temperature management business from Royal Philips for an unspecified amount.
Zoll Medical says it's agreed to acquire Impact Instrumentation and its line of respiratory care devices for an unspecified amount.
Zoll Medical today said it agreed to acquire Impact Instrumentation, which makes respiratory care devices, for an unspecified amount.
West Caldwell, N.J.-based Impact makes portable and automatic emergency ventilators, portable and onboard aspirators, custom mounting systems, and specialized testing systems, according to a press release.
The U.S. Defense Dept. awards rivals Philips Healthcare and Zoll Medical separate contracts to supply airworthy defibrillators.
A federal appeals court upholds the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office's decision not to review 8 defibrillator patents owned by Philips Healthcare and dismisses the case.
Zoll Medical and Philips Healthcare add a chapter to their 4-year-old battle over automated external defibrillator technology, withdrawing the appeal of Zoll's April loss in the patent infringement war.
Zoll Medical lands Shonin approval in Japan for its Series R combination monitor and automated external defibrillator.
Zoll Medical said today that it won Shonin approval from the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor & Welfare for its R Series combination monitor and automated external defibrillator.