The openSDC libraries are communication library that facilitate the development of distributed systems of medical devices in high-acuity environments.
OpenSDC has been developed in an Dräger-internal technology project called “Device & System Connectivity” that had the goal to meet increasing demand for medical device interoperability in an Integrated Clinical Environment (ICE). An ICE is a distributed system of medical devices for one clinical workplace that may have an external interface to other systems. ASTM F2761-1:2009 describes the components that are required for safe and effective “Plug & Play” operation of an ICE in high-acuity environments.
The project had the objective to develop an efficient, future-proof architecture, protocol stack, and middleware that satisfies the derived requirements and facilitates the implementation of the concept of an ICE.
The openSDC libraries are not intended to be used in clinical trials, clinical studies or in clinical routine.
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