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ITU-T H.810

Interoperability design guidelines for personal health systems

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Organization: ITU-T
Publication Date: 1 November 2015
Status: inactive
Page Count: 46
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The Continua Design Guidelines (CDG) include guidelines for the TAN-IF, PAN-IF (wired, standard wireless and low-power wireless), local area network interface (LAN-IF) (sensor LAN), WAN-IF and HRN-IF.

The TAN-IF (near-field communication (NFC)) guidelines are defined for the following device specializations: pulse oximeter, blood pressure monitor, thermometer, weighing-scales, glucose meter, cardiovascular fitness, step counter, strength fitness, activity hub, adherence monitor, peak flow meter, fall sensor, motion sensor, enuresis sensor, contact closure sensor, switch sensor, dosage sensor, water sensor, smoke sensor, property exit sensor, temperature sensor, usage sensor, personal emergency response system (PERS) sensor, carbon monoxide (CO) sensor, gas sensor, heart-rate sensor, Basic 1-3 lead electrocardiograph (ECG) sensor, body composition analyser, international normalized ratio (INR) meter and sleep apnoea breathing therapy equipment (SABTE).

The PAN-IF guidelines for PAN wired (universal serial bus (USB)) and PAN standard wireless (Bluetooth) are defined for the following device specializations: pulse oximeter, blood pressure monitor, thermometer, weighing-scales, glucose meter, cardiovascular fitness, step counter, strength fitness, activity hub, adherence monitor, peak flow meter, fall sensor, motion sensor, enuresis sensor, contact closure sensor, switch sensor, dosage sensor, water sensor, smoke sensor, property exit sensor, temperature sensor, usage sensor, PERS sensor, CO sensor, gas sensor, heart-rate sensor, Basic 1-3 lead ECG sensor, body composition analyser, INR meter, SABTE, low power (LP) wireless: weight scale.

The PAN-IF guidelines for LP wireless PAN (Bluetooth low energy (LE)) are defined for the following: thermometer, heart-rate sensor, blood pressure monitor and glucose meter.

The sensor-LAN (ZigBee) interface guidelines are defined for the following device specializations: pulse oximeter, blood pressure monitor, thermometer, weighing-scales, glucose meter, cardiovascular fitness, step counter, strength fitness, activity hub, adherence monitor, peak flow meter, fall sensor, motion sensor, enuresis sensor, contact closure sensor, switch sensor, dosage sensor, water sensor, smoke sensor, property exit sensor, temperature sensor, usage sensor, PERS sensor, CO sensor, gas sensor, heart-rate sensor, Basic 1-3 lead ECG sensor, body composition analyser, INR meter and SABTE.

The WAN-IF guidelines are defined for 1) upload of device observations using simple object access protocol (SOAP) and RESTful HTTP; 2) exchange of questionnaires and questionnaire responses; 3) consent management and enforcement using SOAP and RESTful HTTP; 4) authenticated persistent session (APS) and 5) capability exchange using hData hRF.

The HRN-IF guidelines are defined for a health record interface towards (other) enterprise systems. In addition, the HRN-IF guidelines for consent management and enforcement are defined.

Document History

November 1, 2019
(Pre-Published) Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Introduction
This version of the Continua Design Guidelines (CDG) includes guidelines for the Personal Health Devices interface (PHD-IF), the services interface known as the Services-IF and the Healthcare...
November 1, 2019
Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Introduction
This version of the Continua Design Guidelines (CDG) includes guidelines for the Personal Health Devices interface (PHD-IF), the services interface known as the Services-IF and the Healthcare...
November 1, 2017
Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Introduction
This version of the Continua Design Guidelines (CDG) includes guidelines for the Personal Health Devices interface (PHD-IF), the services interface known as the Services-IF and the Healthcare...
July 1, 2016
Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems
This version of The Continua Design Guidelines (CDG) includes guidelines for the personal health devices interface (PHD-IF), the services interface known as the Services-IF and the healthcare...
ITU-T H.810
November 1, 2015
Interoperability design guidelines for personal health systems
The Continua Design Guidelines (CDG) include guidelines for the TAN-IF, PAN-IF (wired, standard wireless and low-power wireless), local area network interface (LAN-IF) (sensor LAN), WAN-IF and...
December 1, 2013
Interoperability design guidelines for personal health systems
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December 1, 2013
Interoperability design guidelines for personal health systems
Scope of the CDG 2013 These CDG include guidelines for the TAN-IF, PAN-IF (wired, standard wireless and low-power wireless), LAN-IF (sensor LAN), WAN-IF (data upload) and HRN-IF. The TAN-IF...

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