Involvement in
over 1,100 projects

none of which failed to receive FDA
regulatory approval upon submission.

About Sterling Medical Devices

At Sterling, we address the whole development process – systems, software, electronics, mechanical, quality, and compliance – and design our clients’ products with a focus on the needs and requirements of the user, while also making smart design choices that are based on our extensive and diverse experience in product development.

Founded in 1998, Sterling Medical Devices, specializes in the product design and engineering of medical devices for the healthcare industry.  Dedicated to resolving our clients’ medical device design and engineering challenges, we address the whole development process, including product design and human factors, systems, software, electronics, mechanical, quality and compliance.  We utilize the latest tools and technology to streamline the engineering process to speed regulatory approval of Class I, II and III devices.  To date, the company has spearheaded the production of over 1,100 projects for more than 300 clients.

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November 23, 2020

Sterling PLM Helps Print Parts Win Contract with City of New York for Production of Medical-Grade Nasal Swabs

Sterling Medical Devices performed design services for a Class III breathing pacemaker with Major Level of Concern software, intended for use by patients who have lost neurological control of respiration. This life-sustaining device is comprised of two main components: an internal passive receiver and an external controller....
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Sterling Medical Devices's Dan Sterling speaking

December 17, 2020

Here in New Jersey, Sterling Medical Devices Makes Med Tech to Order

Dan Sterling of Sterling Medical Devices | Screenshot by Esther Surden Suppose you are developing an implant that involves both hardware and software, or an external device for diagnosing a...
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Three Takeaways from the Human Factors Engineering & Usability Studies Congress

In early December, I had the good fortune of attending the Human Factors Engineering &...

January 15, 2021

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