Open architecture provides data exchange with clinical information systems from 3rd party suppliers.
Dräger ventilators, anesthesia machines and patient monitors provide
interfaces for data exchange with data management systems or other
medical devices from 3rd party suppliers.
Due to Dräger's concept of "open architecture", any supplier of medical
products can develop interface adapters to import data from Dräger
devices. All major suppliers of medical products already provide those
interfaces for most Dräger medical devices.
All major suppliers of medical products already provide interfaces for most of Dräger’s medical devices.
The Dräger data communication protocols are made available for 3rd party
manufacturers to design interface adapters for their own medical
equipment. The interface designs vary between manufacturers and are at
their own discretion. Once an interface has been established, data from
Dräger devices are then available for further links to HIS or other
networked IT systems. The scope of this link, again, depends on the
standards and architectures chosen by the respective manufacturers.
here an overview list of 3rd party manufacturers who own licenses for
use of Dräger data communication protocols. These companies may use the
data protocols, but not in every case Dräger has the information whether
they actually do. Some of these manufacturers have developed interfaces
just for certain Dräger devices, some interfaces are just distributed
in certain regions.
Dräger in case you have questions on particular interface adapters or
if you have additional information on this subject which should be added
to the overview list.
Licensees of Dräger communication protocols can download the actual versions of the technical documentation on this page. Click here to login
If you are not a licensee so far but plan to develop an interface for Dräger devices, apply here to become a licensee.
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