Remote Connection

Connect Ponemah to Your Laboratory Tools

Automatically trigger dosing, stimulation, and other events based on physiologic parameters by outputting your Ponemah derived data directly to your other laboratory tools and systems.





How You Succeed

1. Create Custom Program

Create a program to integrate your laboratory tools with Ponemah Remote Connection via TCP/IP communication protocol.

  1. Add logic to trigger laboratory tools based on physiologic data conditions
  2. Add logic to place a Ponemah Event upon initiating trigger

2. Acquire Data with Ponemah

Ponemah will automatically send derived data (e.g. subject body temperature) to program at user-defined intervals (i.e. Ponemah logging rate) during data acquisition.

3. Custom Program Triggers Tool

Custom program will monitor physiologic data received from Ponemah and  trigger your tools to perform an action once conditions are met

  1. Turn on fan when subjects' body temperature exceeds a certain value
  2. Turn on heater when subjects' body temperature falls below a certain value
  3. Otherwise keep fan and heater off

4. Custom Program Places Ponemah Event

Custom program will place a Ponemah event at time of trigger to easily locate and assess resultant physiologic changes in the data

Remote Notification


Feature Highlight:

Improve Dosing Accuracy with Automated Respiratory Monitoring

Improve dosing accuracy with real-time respiratory monitoring using Ponemah Remote Connection integration with Biaera's AeroMP/Aero3G platform. This combined solutions uses exposure control feedback based on measured inhaled volume rather than time to automatically adjusted each exposure based on the respiratory performance of each subject, thus reducing run-to-run variability and isolating biological response for inhalation studies.

How it works:
  • DSI’s Ponemah JET­RIP respiratory monitoring solution send tidal volume measurements to Biaera’s AeroMP/Aero3G software using Remote Connection
  • Biaera’s AeroMP/Aero3G then calculates a running total of the Accumulated Tidal Volume for each subject and terminates the inhalation exposure when the user-entered total is inhaled
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