Sterling Medical Devices participated in the development of a Class III device that helps an untrained civilian administer CPR to a patient in critical condition.
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.
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.
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.