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 assisted in key decisions regarding the design architecture. The IDE includes file editing, creation, and…
Sterling Medical Devices wrote documentation and performed software development for a prognostic genetic analyzer.
Sterling Medical Devices assisted in development of a Class III pump intended for use in apheresis, a process that requires filtering blood into plasma and cells. The pump pushes blood through a plasma separator. The major level of concern software, written in C, runs on a digital signal processor. Sterling performed independent code review, unit…
Sterling Medical Devices participated in the development of a Class II blood analyzer system with Moderate Level-of-Concern software.
Sterling Medical Devices participated in the development of EEG Capture and Display systems.
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.
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.
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.