Medical Device Data Connectivity

MDDS – Medical Device Data Connectivity (MDDS classification*)

We interface with laboratory machines, intravenous pumps, image acquisition machines, machines that read and measure patient vital signs. More generally, we connect today to well over 90% of the medical machines used for intensive care in Europe and America.

What is OSSI offering?
OneSource Solutions International(OSSI) offers direct connectivity with medical devices (multi-parameter monitors, anesthesia machines, BIS, ventilators, thermometers, blood pressure gauges) from various manufacturers such as GE, Siemens, Draeger, DatexOhmeda, Nihon Kohden, Mindray.

OSSI is able to interface with laboratory machines, intravenous pumps, image acquisition machines, machines that read and measure patient vital signs. More generally, OSSI is able to connect today to well over 90% of the medical machines used for intensive care in Europe and America. OSSI offers the connectivity solution commonly classified as medical middleware, placing itself technologically between the medical record, or more generally the information systems, and the various medical machines and clinical resources existing today, and is open to future ones. Medical devices of different manufacturers and of different technological status often have proprietary protocols and inadequate protection towards the network. Generally, the data collected need some transformation and integration before being used by the medical records.

Medical connectivity

Patient Monitor GE, Philips, Mindray, Drager, Spacelabs, Nihon Kohden, …

Anesthesia Drager, Mindray, GE, DatexOhmeda, …

Ventilators BP, Drager, GE, Philips, DatexOhmeda, Maquet, GEM, …

BIS and other vital sign monitors Aspect, Nellcore, Medrad, Ikaria, …

Labs ABL, Onyx, Cobas, Massimo, JBA, Stat, …

ECMO Maquet …

We are constantly researching and developing new drivers. In the case of installations on machines for which we have not yet developed the driver, this will be developed if the help of the hospital or institute makes the machine available in their laboratory for the time strictly necessary for development and testing. Normally, this could last from a few days to a few weeks. ServerNet normally does not charge for the development of drivers used by its customers in the ordinary way.

Our connectivity hardware follows the FDA’s Medical Device Quality System and Design Control Guidance For Medical Device Manufacturer regulations, and will take actions to classify the OneSource IOT under the MDDS Rule.

Risks mitigated with MDDS include the potential for inaccurate, incomplete, or untimely data transfer, storage, conversion, or display of medical device data – making sure that our project “does not distort the values of the values obtained from the equipment.