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ITU-T H.811

Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Personal Health Devices interface

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Organization: ITU-T
Publication Date: 1 November 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 120
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This design guidelines focuses on the Personal Health Devices interface (PHD-IF) that consists of the following sub-interfaces:

- X73 interface (X73-IF) - an interface based on ISO/IEEE 11073-20601 and a supported transport technology. Supported transport technologies are:

o NFC

o Bluetooth BR/EDR

o USB

o ZigBee

- Bluetooth LE interface (BLE-IF)

- an interface based on a Bluetooth LE as transport technology and one or more (application level) services and profiles defined by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG).

These guidelines cover the following X73 devices that can use one of the X73-IF supported transport technologies (ZigBee, NFC, USB and Bluetooth BR/EDR):

- activity hub

- adherence monitor

- basic 1-3 lead ECG sensor

- blood pressure monitor

- body composition analyser

- cardiovascular fitness

- CO sensor

- contact closure sensor

- continuous glucose monitor

- dosage sensor

- enuresis sensor

- fall sensor

- gas sensor

- glucose meter

- heart-rate sensor

- INR meter

- insulin pump

- motion sensor

- peak expiratory flow monitor

- PERS sensor

- power status monitor

- property exit sensor

- pulse oximeter

- sleep apnoea breathing therapy equipment (SABTE)

- smoke sensor

- step counter

- strength fitness

- switch sensor

- temperature sensor

- thermometer

- usage sensor

- water sensor

- weighing scales

These guidelines also cover a second group of Personal Health Device types that use Bluetooth LE technology.

This group consists of:

- blood pressure monitor

- continuous glucose monitor

- glucose meter

- heart-rate sensor

- pulse oximeter

- thermometer

- weighing scales

Document History

ITU-T H.811
November 1, 2017
Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Personal Health Devices interface
This design guidelines focuses on the Personal Health Devices interface (PHD-IF) that consists of the following sub-interfaces: – X73 interface (X73-IF) – an interface based on ISO/IEEE 11073-20601...
July 1, 2016
Interoperability design guidelines for personal health systems: Personal health devices interface
This Recommendation focuses on the personal health devices interface (PHD-IF) that consists of the following sub-interfaces: – X73 interface (X73-IF) – an interface based on ISO/IEEE 11073-20601 and...
November 1, 2015
Interoperability design guidelines for personal health systems: PAN/LAN/TAN interface
This Recommendation focuses on the following interfaces: – TAN-IF – Interface between touch area network health devices and application hosting devices (using near-field communications (NFC)...

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