MediCollector BEDSIDE by MediCollector Acquire, Record, and Stream Data from Medical Devices

  • Continuously record vital signs data to a disk
  • View and annotate live data as it's acquired
  • Export saved data to third-party applications, such as LabVIEW, Excel, MATLAB, SAS
  • Stream data via TCP to LabVIEW or other third-party applications, such as MATLAB
  • Stream data via HL7 to electronic medical record (EMR) systems
  • Can run as a service or via command line API for seamlessly embedding into other systems
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MediCollector BEDSIDE is a standalone software application that can acquire and record data and vital signs from connected medical devices, hospital patient monitors, and other devices. The data can be viewed and annotated in real time and stored on a disk. Live data can be streamed out to other applications via TCP or streamed to external hospital information systems (HIS) via HL7. This product is ideal for solving your medical device interoperability challenges and can be used for medical research, medical device validation, clinical studies, and clinical trials. It's also ideal for integrating with electronic medical record (EMR) systems.

Download our free evaluation version today.

This product requires a supported medical device to acquire real data; however, it can be tested without one by using our simulated device.

Support Information
This product is supported by the third-party provider and not by NI. For more information, contact MediCollector at:

Phone: (857) 452-1359

Disclaimer: The Third-Party Add-Ons for LabVIEW on this page are offered by independent third-party providers who are solely responsible for these products. NI has no responsibility whatsoever for the performance, product descriptions, specifications, referenced content, or any and all claims or representations of these third-party providers. NI makes no warranty whatsoever, neither express nor implied, with respect to the goods, the referenced contents, or any and all claims or representations of the third-party providers.