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.