Expertise in complex fluids systems integration.
Integrating complex components into your customized solution.
Each project we tackle is unique, and bringing together complex components into a finished product that achieves the best medical and business outcome is absolutely critical.
- Motors and pumps
- Routing systems
- Control algorithms
Experience across the full spectrum of fluids forms and applications.
We understand that different fluids and gases, including biologics, have different dynamics and applications/patient implications. From flow and volume to fluid type, temperature and pressure, our deep understanding allows us to provide the desired performance.
Reliability across devices and clinical areas.
Drug & Therapy Delivery
- Nebulized medication delivery
- Infusion therapy
- Orbital atherectomy
Circulatory Support & Filtration
- Extracorporeal pump
- Intraperitoneal hyperthermia
- Bleed management
- Blood analysis
- Breath vapor analysis
- Wound healing
- Clot management
Robust, Reliable Circulatory Support Case Study
Design a life-critical circulatory support system for use in all environments and all transportation methods.
Reliable operation of precision sensors and control loops across a wide range of temperature, vibration and EMI.
- Enable precise sensing in temperature extremes across aircraft, helicopter and ambulatory transportation modes
- Ensure life-critical functionality and reliability, including an intuitive GUI and high-visibility alarms
- Provide fail-safe motor control and operation during extreme EMI conditions
- Optimize electronics for prolonged battery operation
Combined low-power electronics with a ruggedized, transportable design.
- Combined mechanical and electrical expertise to optimize motor control and sensing within an elaborate control loop
- Designed a robust disposable interface to survive extreme vibration conditions while maintaining patient safety isolation and allowing for required cleaning
- Engineered the assembly for manufacturability and scale to improve usability while minimizing the device (bedside) footprint