Microsurgical Device Hooked to The Cloud

Cloud Server, Web App, and Mobile App Solution

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Challenges

Baxter is an international company with many subsidiaries that together drive innovation in helping millions live healthy lives.

Their next big idea was a Flow Coupler, a single use, implantable device that is intended to be used in the end-to-end anastomosis of veins and arteries normally encountered in microsurgical and vascular reconstructive procedures. The FLOW COUPLER Device includes a pair of permanently implanted rings which secure the anastomosis and a removable Doppler probe that is press-fit onto one of the rings.

When the FLOW COUPLER Device is used in conjunction with the FLOW COUPLER Monitor, the FLOW COUPLER System is intended to detect blood flow and confirm vessel patency intra-operatively and post-operatively at the anastomotic site. Post-operatively, blood flow can be detected on an as needed basis for up to 7 days.

The data from the Monitor device creates electronic sounds using the doppler effect so observers can hear the sound of blood flow. This device needs to send data to surgeons onsite and anyone off site in a manner that makes it easy to see and hear from anywhere. How? Here is how Zeefasys took them to the cloud.

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Solutions

Zeefasys set out to develop a cloud based application infrastructure, web application and mobile app
to collect and play sample audio files from the Spartan Doppler device in three phases.