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January 21, 1991 | From United Press International
Resuscitation Devices Maker Sues Rival: Laerdal Medical Corp., a New York maker of resuscitation devices, sued a Temecula competitor, Hudson Respiratory Care Inc., on grounds that Hudson unlawfully imitated Laerdal's products. The federal suit contends that in mid-1990 Hudson began fashioning its resuscitators after those of Laerdal, manufacturing interchangeable components for the different product lines and packaging its products similarly to Laerdal.
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January 21, 1991 | From United Press International
Resuscitation Devices Maker Sues Rival: Laerdal Medical Corp., a New York maker of resuscitation devices, sued a Temecula competitor, Hudson Respiratory Care Inc., on grounds that Hudson unlawfully imitated Laerdal's products. The federal suit contends that in mid-1990 Hudson began fashioning its resuscitators after those of Laerdal, manufacturing interchangeable components for the different product lines and packaging its products similarly to Laerdal.
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December 1, 1993 | TOMMY LI
The Glendale City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved spending up to $77,000 on fire-paramedic equipment considered to have had some success in saving cardiac-arrest victims. Glendale fire officials will negotiate with Laerdal Medical Corp. to purchase 12 sets of equipment, also called defibrillators, which send electricity to a heart to revive it. Fire Chief Richard Hinz told council members Tuesday to bypass a competitive bidding process because Laerdal, based in Armonk, N. Y.
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April 1, 1993 | SUSAN CHRISTIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The scene looks like a cross between a hospital operating room and a house of horrors. On a long table, three inanimate bodies await surgery. A detached head, its mouth agape, hangs on the far wall. Beside it, blank faces dangle from a hook. Welcome to the Haydens' workplace. Gary Hayden and his parents are in the business of reviving Resusci Annes, the manikins used in cardiopulmonary resuscitation classes.
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