Due to her wealth of experience, Colette McIntyre, HeartSine’s Good Laboratory Practice/Good Clinical Practice Specialist, has been appointed to the medical devices committee of the Research Quality Association (RQA).
The RQA, an association for professionals working in research in pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, chemicals and medical devices, drives quality and integrity in scientific research and development by developing and promoting quality …
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 …
HeartSine’s Anderson describes advances in defibrillation for ISHN magazine. Read the original ISHN article.