Healthcare Industry Solutions
With over 30 years’ experience in electronic product development, Tri-Star Design has launched numerous healthcare products exceeding the quality, timeline and cost objectives of our clients.
Tri-Star Design has medical device design experience across a variety of technologies, including: motor drive and control system applications, bio sensors, bioimpedance, biopotential, optical technologies, and more. We develop medical device products with our ISO 13485 certified manufacturing partners and with a majority of the medical device standards including: IEC 60601-1, ISO 62304, and ISO 14971. Tri-Star Design works closely with your team throughout all phases of the development cycle to ensure your product is ready for proof-of-concept, prototyping or clinical trials.
The Tri-Star engineering team includes experts in precision measurement and control, thermal analysis, embedded processor design, wireless design, power supply development, motor drives, FPGA development, communications protocols, device drivers, plastic and sheet metal design, board cost reduction, reliability and more. Such a broad range of technology expertise permits our team the ability to take on any project within a variety of medical device products. In addition, Tri-Star Design is partnered with industry leading semiconductor suppliers, exclusively trained and design experts on their latest healthcare targeted products.
Applications in Medical Device Design
- Point of Care Diagnostic Devices
- Patient Monitoring Equipment
- EEG Equipment
- Defibrillator Equipment
- Endoscopy Equipment
- Surgical and Vascular Robotics
- Thrombectomy Catheter
- Ambulatory Infusion Pump
- Vascular Robotic System
- Medication Adherence System
Bioimpedance Application Designs
Tri-Star Design is your partner to solve your demanding bioimpedance and electrochemical measurement challenges. We are experts in designing the world’s most advanced highly integrated impedance to digital converter technology. These capabilities can dramatically reduce size, power consumption, and system cost without compromising demands of sensitivity/selectivity using advanced biosensors or biological tissue modeling with electrodes.