AirStrip ONE web client receives U.S. regulatory clearance

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued 510(K) Class II clearance to a web client for the AirStrip ONE mobile interoperability platform and application that can be run on desktops and laptops using Internet Explorer and Google Chrome.

"This is the first step toward enabling web-based support of key AirStrip ONE functions to support a seamless user experience on all form factors, including laptops and desktops," AirStrip Chief Development Officer JF Lancelot said. "The AirStrip ONE web client is capable of displaying patient waveforms in near real time as well as alarms generated by bedside monitors."

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