Science & Nature
Jul 1, 2015
In the heart of Medicine
After producing the first electrocardiograph in Japan's history, Fukuda Denshi established itself as a medical equipment pioneer, not only in its original market, but expanding successfully throughout the world.
Fukuda Denshi succeeded in 1939 by developing the first electrocardiograph (ECG) ever produced in Japan and has continued enhancing its know-how as a pioneer of the electrocardiograph in the country while building a firm foundation in the medical equipment industry and continuing to grow along within the daily-evolving health and medicine fields.
Since Fukuda Denshi first expanded to become an international corporation, the company has been confidently growing into an industry leader that now employs approximately 3,000 people and serves medical professional on 6 continents.
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Today the company is one of the world's leaders in cardiology instrumentation, patient monitoring and ultrasound technologies.
The Fukuda Denshi Group is a manufacturer specialized in medical instruments, which provides products and services using the wide-ranging resources in the medical field to offer total support "from medical examination to medical treatment and first aid, and even home medical care."
Kotaro Fukuda and Dajiro Shirai are the actual Chairman & CEO and President and COO, respectively, aimed to establish a brand that is trusted by the entire world and to develop and sell "Fukuda-created" products which can make a contribution in global markets as well as in Japan, as the company strongly challenges itself to grow from the "Fukuda Denshi of Japan" to the "Fukuda Denshi of the world."
Fukuda Denshi produces several types of medical equipments, to serve in specific areas: Anesthesia monitoring, critical care monitoring, ECG recorders, telemetry monitoring, ultrasound scanners, vascular screening and information systems.