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P11073-10207-2017/Cor 1

Health Informatics - Point-of-Care Medical Device Communication Part 10207: Domain Information and Service Model for Service-Oriented Point-of-Care Medical Device Communication - Corrigendum 1

The corrigendum comprises fixes of definition terms, requirements, and a significant retrofit of the versioning concept.

Sponsor Committee
EMB/11073 - IEEE 11073 Standards Committee
Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2023-06-29

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
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Sponsor Committee
EMB/11073 - IEEE 11073 Standards Committee
Working Group
PoCD - Point-of-Care Devices
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IEEE Program Manager
Patrycja Jarosz
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Working Group Chair
Stefan Schlichting

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P11073-10101b

IEEE Draft Standard for Health informatics -- Device Interoperability Part 10101: Foundational -- Nomenclature Amendment 2: Additional definitions

The scope of this standard is to define a nomenclature for communication of information from point-of-care medical devices. Primary emphasis is placed on acute care medical devices and patient vital signs information. The nomenclature also supports concepts in an object oriented information model that is for medical device communications. This amendment extends IEEE Std 11073-10101 to include additional terms primarily related to infusion pumps, ventilators, dialysis and other key medical devices as well as event and alert identifiers for devices and systems used in acute care .

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P11073-10101c

Standard for Health informatics--Point-of-care medical device communication - Part 10101: Nomenclature Amendment 3: Additional definitions

This amendment extends IEEE Std 11073 10101 to include additional terms, primarily related to endoscopy and high-frequency surgical equipment but also other key medical devices. It also includes generic terms for all participants in a Service-Oriented Device Connectivity (SDC) system.

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P11073-10103

IEEE Draft Standard for Health informatics - Point-of-care medical device communication - Nomenclature - Implantable device, cardiac

The base nomenclature provided in IEEE 11073 to support terminology for implantable cardiac devices is extended in this standard. Devices within the scope of this nomenclature are implantable devices such as pacemakers, defibrillators, devices for cardiac re-synchronization therapy, and implantable cardiac monitors. The discrete terms necessary to convey a clinically relevant summary of the information obtained during a device interrogation are defined in this nomenclature. To improve workflow efficiencies, cardiology and electrophysiology practices require the management of summary interrogation information from all vendor devices and systems in a central system such as an Electronic Health Records (EHR) system or a device clinic management system. To address this requirement, the Implantable Device, Cardiac (IDC) Nomenclature defines a standard-based terminology for device data. The nomenclature facilitates the transfer of data from the vendor proprietary systems to the clinic EHR or device clinic management system.

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P11073-10107

Standard for Nomenclature for External Control of Medical Devices

The base IEEE 11073-10101 nomenclature is extended by this standard to provide definitions of commands for external control. It is designed to be used in conjunction with IEEE 11073 standards, including ISO/IEEE 11073-10207, ISO/IEEE 11073-10201 and ISO/IEEE 11073-20601, and may be used with other standards or independently. The main areas addressed by this standard include commands to modify the characteristics and behavior of point-of-care (PoC) medical devices, such as modes of operation, contextual information, and settings

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P11073-10702

Standard for Alert Provisioning by Participants in a Service-Oriented Device Connectivity (SDC) System

This standard defines the requirements for Participants in a Service-Oriented Device Connectivity (SDC) System that comprises a network of point-of-care (PoC) medical devices and medical IT systems to exchange alert data in a manner that improves safe, secure and effective contribution to the functionality of a distributed system.

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P11073-10703

Standard for External Control by Participants in a Service-Oriented Device Connectivity (SDC) System

This standard defines the requirements for Participants in a Service-Oriented Device Connectivity (SDC) System that comprises a network of point-of-care (PoC) medical devices and medical IT systems to exchange external control commands in a manner that improves safe, secure and effective contribution to the functionality of a distributed system.

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P11073-10720

Module Specifications for a Service-Oriented Medical Device Exchange Architecture

Within the context of the ISO/IEEE 11073 family of standards for medical device communication, the scope of this standard is to define normative requirements for the modular components of participants in a networked system of point-of-care (PoC) medical devices and medical IT systems in order that they contribute safely and effectively to distributed system functionality through the exchange of data or control commands. The standard specifies the network representation of participant modules by restricting optionality of the IEEE 11073-10207 Domain Information and Service Model, defines the use of specific term codes from the IEEE 11073 Nomenclature Standards, and specifies communication behavior. This standard does not address the definition of exhaustive specializations for specific devices.

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P11073-10721

Device Specialization - High Frequency (200 kHz to < 5 MHz) Surgical Equipment

Within the context of the ISO/IEEE 11073 family of standards for medical device communication, the scope of this standard is to define the normative requirements for high frequency surgical equipment that participates in a service-oriented networked system of point-of-care (PoC) medical devices and medical IT systems in order that they contribute safely and effectively to distributed system functionality through the exchange of data or control commands. The standard specifies the network representation of the device by restricting optionality of the IEEE 11073-10207 Domain Information and Service Model, defines the use of specific term codes from the IEEE 11073 Nomenclature Standards, and specifies communication behavior.

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P11073-10722

Device Specialization - Endoscopic camera

Within the context of the ISO/IEEE 11073 family of standards for medical device communication, the scope of this standard is to define the normative requirements for an endoscopic camera that participates in a service-oriented networked system of point-of-care (PoC) medical devices and medical IT systems in order that they contribute safely and effectively to distributed system functionality through the exchange of data or control commands. The standard specifies the network representation of the device by restricting optionality of the IEEE 11073-10207 Domain Information and Service Model, defines the use of specific term codes from the IEEE 11073 Nomenclature Standards, and specifies communication behavior.

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P11073-10723

Device Specialization - Endoscopic light source

Within the context of the ISO/IEEE 11073 family of standards for medical device communication, the scope of this standard is to define the normative requirements for an endoscopic light source that participates in a service-oriented networked system of point-of-care (PoC) medical devices and medical IT systems in order that they contribute safely and effectively to distributed system functionality through the exchange of data or control commands. The standard specifies the network representation of the device by restricting optionality of the IEEE 11073-10207 Domain Information and Service Model, defines the use of specific term codes from the IEEE 11073 Nomenclature Standards, and specifies communication behavior.

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P11073-10724

Device Specialization - Endoscopic insufflator

Within the context of the ISO/IEEE 11073 family of standards for medical device communication, the scope of this standard is to define the normative requirements for an endoscopic insufflator that participates in a service-oriented networked system of point-of-care (PoC) medical devices and medical IT systems in order that they contribute safely and effectively to distributed system functionality through the exchange of data or control commands. The standard specifies the network representation of the device by restricting optionality of the IEEE 11073-10207 Domain Information and Service Model, defines the use of specific term codes from the IEEE 11073 Nomenclature Standards, and specifies communication behavior.

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P11073-10725

Health Informatics -- Device Interoperability -- Part 10725: Point-of-Care Medical Device Communication -- Device Specialization - Suction and Irrigation Pump

Within the context of the ISO/IEEE 11073 family of standards for medical device communication, this standard defines normative requirements for a pump that has suction and/or irrigation functionality and that participates in a service-oriented networked system of Point-of-Care (PoC) medical devices and medical IT systems. The exchange of data or control commands enables the pump to contribute safely and effectively to distributed system functionality. The standard specifies the network representation of the device by restricting optionality of the IEEE 11073-10207 Domain Information and Service Model, defines the use of specific terms from the IEEE 11073 Nomenclature Standards, and specifies behavior that is related to communication aspects.

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