Sterling Medical Devices assisted in the iterative development of a Major Level of Concern connection system between a series of video processors and a third party computer system. The system was written in C#. Sterling provided documentation, development, and test … Continued
Sterling Medical Devices assisted in the iterative development of support software for a Class II device that addresses the underlying cause of tinnitus. Sterling’s primary development activity was redeveloping the Moderate level of concern software, originally written in Flex. The … Continued
Sterling Medical Devices aided in the creation of an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the generation of defibrillator software and firmware development. First, Sterling developed a State Machine Analysis command line tool to be integrated into the IDE. Sterling also … Continued
Sterling assisted in the development of the hardware and electronics for a strip reader that performs dry chemistry urine analysis. Sterling re-engineered the main prototype board for commercial release readiness and large-scale manufacturability. Sterling developed the system with room for … Continued
Sterling Medical Devices assisted in the development of a next-generation Class III microburst stimulation system. The system includes Major level of concern software as well as a handheld device powered by a TI MSP430 microcontroller. The client came to Sterling … Continued
Sterling Medical Devices wrote documentation and performed software development for a prognostic genetic analyzer.
Sterling Medical Devices performed development on a Class II orthopedic imaging system with Moderate Level of Concern software. Our client had acquired an unfinished software application, which we worked to complete. Particular focus was given to simplifying features and removing … Continued
Sterling Medical Devices planned and managed development of Class II preoperative planning software for orthopedic surgeons. The moderate level of concern software was developed in C, C++, and C#. The project began by authoring select Design History File (DHF) documentation … Continued
Sterling Medical Devices participated in the development of a proof-of-concept gynecological scope prototype. During phase 1, Sterling authored a project plan and requirements documentation designed to meet our Client’s aggressive timeline. We later designed the GUI, assisted in software development, … Continued
Sterling Medical Devices participated in the investigation and remediation of five medical devices with CAPA issues, all made by the same company. In general, CAPA (Corrective and Preventive Action) identifies and remediates sources of existing and potential problems. The devices … Continued
Sterling Medical Devices developed a fully-updated web-based application for a Class II orthopedic planning and correction system with Moderate Level of Concern software. The software recommends to surgeons a day-by-day treatment plan for fixing long bone fractures based on patient … Continued
Sterling Medical Devices participated in the development of a Class II blood analyzer system with Moderate Level-of-Concern software. The diagnostic system is composed of an embedded device coupled with programmer/user interface units and included problem domain technologies. In order to … Continued
Sterling Medical Devices participated in the development of a Class III hospital driver to support patients who’ve received an implanted heart until their condition becomes clinically stable.
This device was developed to collect acoustic data of the heart function and analyze the data to generate readings including heart rate.
This project focused on the development, testing, and refinement of the software and hardware for a heart monitor system.
The system was developed to collect images using a custom camera system which are stored for use by the physician together with notes.
Sterling developed a glucose strip meter system that reads strips, calculates glucose readings, displays current values, and charts the data.
A medical device company had a need for a glucose monitor system that connects to a non-invasive sensor to regularly upload glucose readings.
Sterling developed this drug delivery system with different wearable instruments providing drug delivery; a complete mechanical solution and an electromechanical solution.
Sterling developed a cart based, portable ultrasound therapy device to treat the patient using very low duty cycle ultrasound pulses.
This medical device company had a need for a software driven and microprocessor controlled electromechanical infusion pump system.
The implanted defibrillator/pacer system consists of a defibrillator/pacer implant, defibrillator/pacer leads, and physician programmer.
A gene assay system was developed to post process Gene expression assay system data to identify specific markers of potential diseases.
This project focused on the development, testing, and refinement of the hardware and software for an ECG Holter monitor system.
This medical device company had a need for drug injector device which includes a mechanical and electrical drug delivery system.
A medical device company had a need for a DICOM image display system to allow physician diagnosis based on captured images.
A DICOM image capture system was developed to capture DICOM images of patient skeletal features; the system connects to a PACS server.
An orthopedic medical device company had a need for a DICOM image analysis system for a custom orthopedic product.
An early stage medical device company had a need for Design History Remediation for a controller which was developed outside of design controls.
Sterling developed interfaces for a client’s healthcare products based on Continua, a system of interoperable, personal connected health solutions.
This project focused on the development, testing, and refinement of image segmentation software for a cell counting system.
A medical device company purchased catheter products from another company and needed DHF documents reviewed/updated to meet quality system requirements.
A medical device company had a need for cardiopulmonary resuscitator system which helps untrained civilians to administer CPR to critical patients.
This project focused on the development of CAN protocols – the system consist of a Class III medical device and ancillary devices.
A medical device company had a need for a blood test system that analyzes platelets and measures a patient’s platelet function.
A point-of-care diagnostic system company had a need for microcard-based blood test systems that enabled operators to make diagnostic decisions.
Sterling developed a blood sample diagnostic analyzer which is used with a disposable biochip to determine chemical/biological analytes in fluid samples.
This biosensor measurement system, which includes a non-invasive sensor and smartphone app, continuously measures patient health data.
The company had a need for an assay instrument which provides results from a fluorescence microplate reader system.
This Android-based medical device app was created for care givers/patients to configure treatment and observe treatment effectiveness.
This medical device company turned to Sterling Medical Devices to develop an ablation system which consists of a Radio Frequency Generator.