CardioDynamics fills orders worth $2M for impedance cardiography technology

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CardioDynamics, a provider of impedance cardiography technology, has shipped more than $2 million of ICG Niccomo monitoring systems to two international hospitals.

The company said that approximately $1.8 million worth of Niccomo monitors were shipped during November 2007 through January to an undisclosed (at the customer's request) eastern European hospital purchaser. Additionally, the Instituto de Salud del Estado de Mexico (ISEM), the hospital network of the state within the country of Mexico, purchased over $200,000 of Niccomo monitors early this month, according to the San Diego-based CardioDynamics.

The ICG monitors provided to ISEM will be installed in the intensive care units of 10 hospitals throughout Mexico, CardioDynamics said.