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Rapid Development of Intuitive LabVIEW-Based Software for a Touch Screen Medical Device

Nov 21, 2016 6:18:24 PM Published by Jim Kring Leave a comment
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Profusa is a start-up company made up of talented scientists and engineers working to develop a new generation of biosensors to monitor our body’s unique chemistry in an unprecedented way. At Profusa, their goal is to help physicians salvage limbs of patients suffering from critical limb ischemia by providing them with a new way to continuously measure tissue oxygen before, during, and after surgical treatments. Having already developed a lab prototype using LabVIEW, Profusa teamed up with us to help develop intuitive LabVIEW-based software for their Touch Screen Medical Device.

Objective: To develop an easy-to-use, commercial-grade touch screen software interface using NI LabVIEW System Design Software that will help bring Profusa's Lumee™ Oxygen Platform to market quickly, completing the project in less than four months.

Approach: To improve the existing LabVIEW software for clinical feasibility studies, implement industry-standard software engineering best practices for quality and traceability, and work closely with the Lumee product team to deliver professional software that meets strict regulatory and quality requirements, as well end-user (physician) workflow and usability needs, within a short time-frame.

Want to learn how LabVIEW is used to create intuitive software for a touch screen medical device and see how Profusa's Lumee™ Oxygen Platform works? Read the full case study, Rapid Development of Intuitive LabVIEW-Based Software for a Touch Screen Medical Device.

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Screenshots of the user-friendly software JKI developed

The Profusa Lumee™ Oxygen Platform The Profusa Lumee Oxygen Platform

Profusa’s Lumee optical reader

Tags: application, Applications, biosensor, case study, CE Mark, JKI, LabVIEW, Medical Device, microsoft surface, Company News, regulatory, Touch Screen, validation, white paper

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