News | May 27, 2007

Zoll’s Newest CPR Technology Cleared, Available

May 28, 2007 — Zoll Medical Corp. has received clearance from the FDA to market and sell its E Series with See-Thru CPR technology.

The company says the E Series eliminates confusing screen read-outs that are caused by chest compressions and shows a "filtered" ECG on the defibrillator screen. The technology allows rescuers to see organized cardiac rhythm without stopping compressions, according to a company statement.

The E Series also features technology from another product in the company's portfolio called Real CPR Help, which allows rescuers to see and hear how well they perform the rate and depth of CPR chest compressions in real time.

For more information visit www.zoll.com

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