Health informatics - Device interoperability - Part 10407: Personal health device communication - Device specialization - Blood pressure monitor (ISO/IEEE 11073-10407:2022)

Within the context of the ISO/IEEE 11073 family of standards for device communication, this document establishes a normative definition of communication between personal telehealth blood pressure monitor devices and compute engines (e.g., cell phones, personal computers, personal health appliances, and set top boxes) in a manner that enables plug-and-play interoperability. It leverages appropriate portions of existing standards including ISO/IEEE 11073 terminology, information models, application profile standards, and transport standards. It specifies the use of specific term codes, formats, and behaviors in telehealth environments restricting optionality in base frameworks in favor of interoperability. This document defines a common core of communication functionality for personal telehealth blood pressure monitors.

Medizinische Informatik - Kommunikation von Geräten für die persönliche Gesundheit - Teil 10407: Gerätespezifikation - Blutdruckmonitor (ISO/IEEE 11073-10407:2022)

Informatique de santé - Interopérabilité des dispositifs - Partie 10407: Communication entre dispositifs de santé personnels - Spécialisation des dispositifs - Moniteur de pression sanguine (ISO/IEEE 11073-10407:2022)

Dans le contexte de la famille de normes ISO/IEEE 11073 relatives à la communication entre des dispositifs, le présent document établit une définition normative de la communication entre des dispositifs de moniteurs de pression artérielle personnels de télésanté et des moteurs informatiques (par exemple des téléphones cellulaires, des ordinateurs personnels, des équipements personnels de santé et des boîtiers décodeurs) d’une manière qui permet une interopérabilité de type prêt à l’emploi. Elle s’appuie sur les parties appropriées de normes existantes, y compris la terminologie, des modèles d’informations, des normes de profils d’applications et des normes de transport de l’ISO/IEEE 11073. Elle spécifie l’utilisation de codes, de formats et de comportements en termes spécifiques dans les environnements de télésanté, en limitant les choix à des cadres de travail de base en faveur de l’interopérabilité. Le présent document définit un noyau commun de fonctionnalités de communication pour les moniteurs de pression sanguine personnels de télésanté.

Zdravstvena informatika - Interoperabilnost naprav - 10407. del: Komunikacija osebnih medicinskih naprav - Specialne naprave - Kontrolna naprava za merjenje krvnega pritiska (ISO/IEEE/FDIS 11073-10407:2022)

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
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01-september-2022
Zdravstvena informatika - Interoperabilnost naprav - 10407. del: Komunikacija
osebnih medicinskih naprav - Specialne naprave - Kontrolna naprava za merjenje
krvnega pritiska (ISO/IEEE/FDIS 11073-10407:2022)

Health informatics - Device interoperability - Part 10407: Personal health device

communication - Device specialization - Blood pressure monitor (ISO/IEEE/FDIS 11073-

10407:2022)

Medizinische Informatik - Kommunikation von Geräten für die persönliche Gesundheit -

Teil 10407: Gerätespezifikation - Blutdruckmonitor (ISO/IEEE/FDIS 11073-10407:2022)

Informatique de santé - Interopérabilité des dispositifs - Partie 10407: Communication

entre dispositifs de santé personnels - Spécialisation des dispositifs - Moniteur de

pression sanguine (ISO/IEEE/FDIS 11073-10407:2022)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: prEN ISO/IEEE 11073-10407
ICS:
11.040.55 Diagnostična oprema Diagnostic equipment
35.240.80 Uporabniške rešitve IT v IT applications in health care
zdravstveni tehniki technology
oSIST prEN ISO/IEEE 11073-10407:2022 en,fr,de

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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Health informatics—Personal health device communication
Part 10407: Device specialization—
Blood pressure monitor
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Abstract: Within the context of the ISO/IEEE 11073 family of standards for device

communication, this standard establishes a normative definition of communication between

personal telehealth blood pressure monitor devices and compute engines (e.g., cell phones,

personal computers, personal health appliances, and set top boxes) in a manner that enables

plug-and-play interoperability. It leverages appropriate portions of existing standards including

ISO/IEEE 11073 terminology, information models, application profile standards, and transport

standards. It specifies the use of specific term codes, formats, and behaviors in telehealth

environments restricting optionality in base frameworks in favor of interoperability. This standard

defines a common core of communication functionality for personal telehealth blood pressure

monitors.

Keywords: blood pressure monitor, IEEE 11073-10407™, medical device communication,

personal health devices
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At the time this IEEE standard was completed, the Personal Health Device Working Group had the

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Daidi Zhong, Co-Chair
Michael J. Kirwan, Co-Chair
Karsten Aalders Cory Condek Robert Hall
Charles R. Abbruscato Todd H. Cooper Shu Han
Nabil Abujbara David Cornejo Nathaniel Hamming
Maher Abuzaid Douglas Coup Rickey L. Hampton
James Agnew Nigel Cox Sten Hanke
Manfred Aigner Hans Crommenacker Aki Harma
Jorge Alberola Tomio Crosley Jordan Hartmann
David Aparisi Allen Curtis Kai Hassing
Lawrence Arne Jesús Daniel Trigo Wolfgang Heck
Diego B. Arquillo David Davenport Nathaniel Heintzman
Serafin Arroyo Russell Davis Charles Henderson
Muhammad Asim Sushil K. Deka Jun-Ho Her
Kit August Ciro de la Vega Helen B. Hernandez
Doug Baird Pedro de-las-Heras-Quiros Timothy L. Hirou
David Baker Allen Hobbs
Jim Dello Stritto
Anindya Bakshi
Kent Dicks Alex Holland
Ananth Balasubramanian Hyoungho Do Arto Holopainen
Sunlee Bang Jonathan Dougherty Kris Holtzclaw
M. Jonathan Barkley Xiaolian Duan Xinyi Hong
Gilberto Barrón Sourav Dutta Robert Hoy
David Bean Jakob Ehrensvard Di Hu
John Bell Fredrik Einberg Anne Huang
Olivia Bellamou-Huet Javier Escayola Calvo Ron Huby
Rudy Belliardi Mark Estes David Hughes
Daniel Bernstein Leonardo Estevez Robert D. Hughes
George A. Bertos Bosco T. Fernandes Jiyoung Huh
Chris Biernacki Christoph Fischer Hugh Hunter
Ola Björsne Morten Flintrup Philip O. Isaacson
Thomas Blackadar Joseph W. Forler Atsushi Ito
Thomas Bluethner Russell Foster Michael Jaffe
Douglas P. Bogia Eric Freudenthal Praduman Jain
Xavier Boniface Matthias Frohner
Hu Jin
Ken Fuchs
Shannon Boucousis Danny Jochelson
Jing Gao
Julius Broma Akiyoshi Kabe
Lyle G. Bullock, Jr. Marcus Garbe Steve Kahle
Bernard Burg John Garguilo Tomio Kamioka
Chris Burns Rick Geimer James J. Kang
Jeremy Byford-Rew Igor Gejdos Kei Kariya
Satya Calloji Ferenc Gerbovics Andy Kaschl
Carole C. Carey Alan Godfrey Junzo Kashihara
Craig Carlson Nicolae Goga Colin Kennedy
Santiago Carot-Nemesio Julian Goldman Ralph Kent
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John A. Cogan Michael Hagerty Jeongmee Koh
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Patty Krantz Lars Steubesand
Marco Paleari
Raymond Krasinski John (Ivo) Stivoric
Bud Panjwani
Alexander Kraus Carl Pantiskas Raymond A. Strickland
Ramesh Krishna Harry P. Pappas Chandrasekaran Subramaniam
Geoffrey Kruse Hanna Park Hermanni Suominen
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Don Ludolph Chris Roberts Rudi Voon
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Bjoern Andersen Noriyuki Ikeuchi
Beth Pumo
Lyle G. Bullock, Jr. Atsushi Ito Stefan Schlichting
Keith Chow Raj Jain Janek Schumann
Malcolm Clarke Piotr Karocki Walter Struppler
David Fuschi Raymond Krasinski Oren Yuen
Randall Groves H. Moll Janusz Zalewski
Nathaniel Hamming Daidi Zhong

When the IEEE SA Standards Board approved this standard on 30 January 2020, it had the following

membership:
Gary Hoffman, Chair
Vacant Position, Vice Chair
Jean-Philippe Faure, Past Chair
Konstantinos Karachalios, Secretary
Ted Burse Howard Li Dorothy Stanley
J. Travis Griffith Dong Liu Mehmet Ulema
Grace Gu Kevin Lu Lei Wang
Guido R. Hiertz Paul Nikolich Sha Wei
Joseph L. Koepfinger* Damir Novosel Philip B. Winston
John D. Kulick Jon Walter Rosdahl Daidi Zhong
David J. Law Jingyi Zhou
*Member Emeritus
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oSIST prEN ISO/IEEE 11073-10407:2022
ISO/IEEE 11073-10407:2022(E)
Introduction

This introduction is not part of IEEE Std 11073-10407-2020, Health informatics—Personal health device

communication—Part 10407: Device specialization—Blood pressure monitor.

ISO/IEEE 11073 standards enable communication between medical devices and external computer systems.

This document uses the optimized framework created in IEEE Std 11073-20601™-2019 and describes a

specific, interoperable communication approach for blood pressure monitors. These standards align with

and draw on the existing clinically focused standards to provide support for communication of data from

personal health devices.
Information on references can be found in Clause 2.
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ISO/IEEE 11073-10407:2022(E)
Contents

1. Overview ...................................................................................................................................................12

1.1 Scope ..................................................................................................................................................12

1.2 Purpose ...............................................................................................................................................12

1.3 Word usage ........
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