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OpenPump: open-source hardware
for medical devices
Gerrit Niezen
@gendor
http://www.openpump.org
Hose clamp
Raspberry Pi peristaltic pump
Peristaltic pump from Adafruit (£17)
CT scanner
OpenPump
• Anyone can contribute and help improve the design
• Design can be modified for very specific use cases
• Vendor lock-in pr...
70-90% of al donated medical devices
never function as intended
OpenSCAD
Fritzing
Number of downloads that result in a manufactured
product
Value of OSHW
Savings of between
$778,000 and $12.4 million
over...
Certification is time-consuming and expensive
Liability
Incompatibility with traditional standards
Challenges for medical O...
OpenPump

http://www.openpump.org/
Open Health Care UK's Open Spirometer

http://openspirometer.org/
The Nightscout Projec...
Images used under the Creative Commons license:
Hose Clamp - Pinch Valve byTim_C onThingiverse
Rasperry Pi Peristaltic Pum...
OpenPump: open-source hardware  for medical devices
OpenPump: open-source hardware  for medical devices
OpenPump: open-source hardware  for medical devices
OpenPump: open-source hardware  for medical devices
OpenPump: open-source hardware  for medical devices
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Talk given at OpenTech 2015

OpenPump is an open-source hardware project to build a syringe pump, a device used to dispense fluids over a set period of time. Syringe pumps are used in hospitals to administer medication, but also in lab environments for activities like microfluidics, bioreactors and bioprinting. This talk will discuss the design and development of OpenPump, as well as the challenges and opportunities for open-source medical devices.

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OpenPump: open-source hardware for medical devices

  1. 1. OpenPump: open-source hardware for medical devices Gerrit Niezen @gendor http://www.openpump.org
  2. 2. Hose clamp
  3. 3. Raspberry Pi peristaltic pump
  4. 4. Peristaltic pump from Adafruit (£17)
  5. 5. CT scanner
  6. 6. OpenPump
  7. 7. • Anyone can contribute and help improve the design • Design can be modified for very specific use cases • Vendor lock-in prevented • Increases safety, security and robustness by allowing more people to inspect and improve the designs • Allows manufacturers to compete on usability, support and interoperability Why OSHW?
  8. 8. 70-90% of al donated medical devices never function as intended
  9. 9. OpenSCAD
  10. 10. Fritzing
  11. 11. Number of downloads that result in a manufactured product Value of OSHW Savings of between $778,000 and $12.4 million over one year VD(t) = (Cp - Cf) x P x ND(t)
  12. 12. Certification is time-consuming and expensive Liability Incompatibility with traditional standards Challenges for medical OSHW
  13. 13. OpenPump
 http://www.openpump.org/ Open Health Care UK's Open Spirometer
 http://openspirometer.org/ The Nightscout Project (#WeAreNotWaiting)
 http://www.nightscout.info Getting involved with projects
  14. 14. Images used under the Creative Commons license: Hose Clamp - Pinch Valve byTim_C onThingiverse Rasperry Pi Peristaltic Pump by Amber Fechko on Flickr Open Source CT Scanner by peter_ onThingiverse OpenPump by Patrick Oladimeji on Flickr e-Waste byVibek Raj Maurya on Flickr Question by Henry Rider from the Noun Project C b n a Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/
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Talk given at OpenTech 2015 OpenPump is an open-source hardware project to build a syringe pump, a device used to dispense fluids over a set period of time. Syringe pumps are used in hospitals to administer medication, but also in lab environments for activities like microfluidics, bioreactors and bioprinting. This talk will discuss the design and development of OpenPump, as well as the challenges and opportunities for open-source medical devices.

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