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IEEE 11073-30200

Health informatics - Point-of-care medical device communication - Part 30200: Transport profile - Cable connected

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 30 January 2000
Status: active
Page Count: 83
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The scope of this standard is an IrDA-based, cable-connected local area network (LAN) for the interconnection of computers and medical devices. This standard is suitable for new device designs, but is particularly targeted to modifications of legacy devices.

The term "legacy devices" refers to equipment that is

- Already in use in clinical facilities

- In active production at the facilities of medical device manufacturers, or

- Beyond the initial stages of engineering development

In each of these cases, the degree of effort to add a standardized communications capability might normally be prohibitive, unless special care is taken in developing a suitable standard.

Document History

June 16, 2011
Health informatics - Point-of-care medical device communication - Part 30200: Transport profile - Cable connected - Amendment 1
Overview Change text as shown: This standard is divided into 11 clauses, as follows: — Clause 1 provides an overview of this standard. — Clause 2 lists references to other standards that are...
IEEE 11073-30200
January 30, 2000
Health informatics - Point-of-care medical device communication - Part 30200: Transport profile - Cable connected
The scope of this standard is an IrDA-based, cable-connected local area network (LAN) for the interconnection of computers and medical devices. This standard is suitable for new device designs, but...

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