cardiodynamics


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cardiodynamics

the branch of medical science that studies the forces and motions involved in the heart’s actions.
See also: Heart
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car·di·o·dy·nam·ics

n. cardiodinámica; la dinámica de la acción cardíaca.
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based CardioDynamics plunged 12 percent and its gross margin fell 6.
PERRY CARDIODYNAMICS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION (CDIC).
CardioDynamics (Nasdaq: CDIC), San Diego, the innovator and global leader of Impedance Cardiography (ICG) technology and manufacturer of BioZ(R) noninvasive digital cardiac function monitoring systems, has announced the publication of a significant Mayo Clinic Study demonstrating the importance of the company's noninvasive ICG technology in the treatment of hypertension in a recent issue of the peer-reviewed journal, Hypertension.
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NASDAQ:SONO), the world leader and specialist in hand-carried ultrasound for the point-of-care, today announced that on August 14, 2009, it completed the acquisition of CardioDynamics International Corporation (NASDAQ:CDIC), a leader in impedance cardiography (ICG) for noninvasive hemodynamic assessment.
Revenue jumped 15% and operating costs fell 43% at CardioDynamics International Corp.
AGG608) MICHAEL PERRY - CARDIODYNAMICS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION (CDIC).
CardioDynamics International Corporation (Nasdaq: CDIC), manufacturer of BioZ(R) noninvasive digital cardiac output monitoring systems, San Diego, Calif.
Perry, chief executive officer of CardioDynamics, stated, "This marks our fifth sequential quarter of increased sales and is evidence that we are meeting our customers' needs for less expensive, less invasive hemodynamic monitoring solutions.
The company also previewed its plans for entrance into the cardiovascular disease management market with the acquisition of CardioDynamics International.
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