CU Medical Systems, Inc. is a high-tech company involved in the design, development, manufacture, selling and service of emergency medical devices with the latest IT technology. Established in 2001, the company succeeded in developing AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) that makes it possible for emergency patients to recover cardiac sufficiency by electroshock.
“Aiming at making CU Medical Systems, Inc. a leading medical corporation in the globally connected world of the heart safe community, CU Medical Systems, Inc. introduced our first brand-new AED “Paramedic CU-ER” in 2002,” said the company
President Na, Hak-rok.
The president, who recently won the first prize representing excellence among the numerous inventers in Gangwon Province, started in the AED business just after completing his project of developing patient monitor at Biosis, a subsidiary of Madison, preemptively recognizing the importance of AED through seizing the trend of advanced countries’ emergency medical market.
He went on to say, “Our product’s debut, the first in Asia, at Medica, the world’s largest medical equipment exhibition, made a remarkable impression among the many overseas buyers, with our product’s superior quality equal to the existing well-known brands and three times cheaper prices than similar ones.”
With the originally devised manufacturing technology, CU Medical Systems has continuously released new models of AED with additionally added functions, while also acquiring the quality certification from Europe, the United States, and Japan and
enlarging the possibility of exports (currently the company is exporting its functionally highest quality AED to more than 70 countries).
CU Medical Systems has recently unveiled its latest semi-automated external defibrillator i-PAD (Intelligent Public Access Defibrillator), which has received approval from the U.S. FDA. The i-PAD has been developed with focus on ease of use, simple operation and reliable systems so that anyone without professional training can save the lives of people with Ventricular Fibrillation (VF) and Fast Ventricular Tachycardia (FVT). i-PAD provides simple and direct voice indications with an LED indicator for a straightforward rescue operation.
Also, the device is designed to test itself on a regular basis - daily, weekly and monthly - so as to be ready for rescue job anytime and anywhere.
A brand-new LifeGain CU-HD1 has been released for medical professionals, including medical specialists, or paramedics to treat patients with a sudden cardiac arrest.
Focusing on defibrillation and monitoring of the patient, the device has such features as the automated external defibrillator (AED), manual defibrillator function, non-invasive pacing and patient monitoring function.
CU Medical Systems Inc.
1647-1, Donghwa-ri, Munmak-eup, Wonju, Gangwondo, Korea