Cardinal Health MicroLoop

Category: Other
Manufacturer: Micro Medical Ltd
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 15 MB
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.9.0 a / 09 Oct 2007

Windows device driver information for Cardinal Health MicroLoop

The Cardinal Health MicroLoop is a pocket sized spirometer that is commonly used in the area of respiratory therapy practices. This advanced device makes use of a bidirectional digital volume transducer which accounts for its accuracy in the flow and volume measurements done to COPD and asthma patients. This particular hardware component features a touchscreen interface that allows the user to conveniently access all built-in functions. It may also be deployed with a corresponding docking station which can easily connect to an external printing device or an entire computer system. Since this particular hardware component makes use of a specialized technology its corresponding device driver must be completely installed into the host computer system prior to being used. When successfully accompanied by the correct device driver connecting it to a host computer system will immediately display the data for the assigned patient. The data is only accessible via the accompanying software application.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates

When used as a standalone device the patient's information is temporarily stored in the Cardinal Health MicroLoop hardware component. Once it is connected to a host computer system the downloading of the information occurs almost instantaneously. It may be necessary to have the supporting SpidaXpert software application active prior to connecting the supported hardware component. Majority of the technologies that are implemented during the installation process of the device driver are considered as proprietary. As such it may be necessary to acquire additional permits before the supported hardware component can be installed into another computer system. The deployment of this particular device is intended to support the implementation of a home based medical testing system for patient's with particular respiratory conditions. The results are normally displayed in the form of graphs with the corresponding calculations being done by the onboard processor of the supported hardware component. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Cardinal Health MicroLoop errors before installing any driver updates.