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IEEE P11073-10207 DRAFT

2017 Edition, March 2017

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DOMAIN INFORMATION & SERVICE MODEL FOR SERVICE-ORIENTED POINT-OF- CARE MEDICAL DEVICE COMMUNICATION

Includes all amendments and changes through D10, September 2017


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Superseded By: IEEE 11073-10207

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Description / Abstract:

The scope of this standard is the definition and structuring of information that is communicated in a distributed system of point-of-care medical devices and medical IT systems, in which medical data needs to be exchanged or networked point-of-care medical devices need to be controlled. It provides a Participant Model and Communication Model derived from the 11073 Domain Information Model (IEEE 11073-10201 DIM). Furthermore, it utilizes the 11073 Nomenclature (IEEE 11073-10101) and supports other coding systems to convey the semantics of any information elements.

The definition of network transport mechanisms is outside the scope of this standard.

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The purpose of this standard is to enable vendors of point-of-care medical devices and medical IT systems to constitute networked medical device applications from the perspective of domain experts. Therefore, this standard provides tools to virtually model point-of-care medical devices. Moreover, it defines a service oriented architecture to access those networked-based point-of-care medical devices.