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PRESS RELEASE : Fluke Biomedical Corporation hits the tradeshow circuit for the first time since its recent re-branding

CARSON CITY, NV -- Fluke Biomedical, formerly Bio-Tek Instruments and DNI Nevada, proudly displayed its newly designed booth, along with its brand new patient simulator, the MPS450, at two shows in June and July. The Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) was held in Long Beach, CA and attracted approximately 1,500 hospital biomedical engineers, maintenance engineers, maintenance directors, and medical device manufacturers. The American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) took place in San Antonio, TX.

Fluke Biomedical highlighted the following products:

  • MPS450: Newest patient simulator, which simulates ECG, heart rate, invasive blood pressure, cardiac output, and an array of arrhythmias
  • SigmaPace: Cardiac pacemaker analyzer
  • VT Plus: Ventilator analyzer that also evaluates gas and vacuum outlets, flow meters, and pressure gauges. Graphics software is included.
  • INCU: Infant incubator and radiant warmer analyzer. It is the first and presently only device capable of the simultaneous collection of four temperatures, relative humidity, noise level, and air flow. Graphics software is included.
  • Sentinel Infinity (single user): Computerized Maintenance Management System that fully integrates automated test results from medTester 5000C and associated analyzers (defibrillator, electrosurgical unit, etc.)

The basic Fluke Networks test tools were also displayed in the Fluke Biomedical booth and proved to be a real hit with biomedical technicians and engineers who are increasingly responsible for their physiological monitoring sub-networks.

Surveys were conducted by Fluke Biomedical to gather data, better understand the relationship among automated testing, CMMS, and asset tracking systems within the hospitals, and to explore the use of thermometry and temperature testing in hospitals.

Fluke Biomedical is dedicated to maintaining its product line according to the Voice of the Customer by implementing surveys, careful lead counting, and customer opinion polls.

For more information, please contact Heidi Stuelpnagel, Marketing Communications Manager, 800-648-7952 ext. 1203 or email