Case Study #1 – Android-Based Anesthesia Monitor for Nexus 7
This project was sponsored by a medical company in Australia. They had us rewrite an existing .Net-based Anesthesia Monitor to run on the Android Nexus 7 tablet. The resulting program was written in the Android version of Java, using an Eclipse development environment. It replaced the existing comport-based interface with a Bluetooth Android interface, so that the resulting Nexus 7 based instrument was wireless within the Bluetooth operating range. It utilized the Quinn-Curtis QCRTGraph for Android software for all of the computer graphics.
Some of the features found in the program include:
The Bluetooth interface communicates with the source anesthesia monitor using the Datex-Ohmeda Serial Protocol
User Interface Features