IEEE 11073-10407:2010 pdf free download

IEEE 11073-10407:2010 pdf free download

IEEE 11073-10407:2010 pdf free download.Health informatics – Personal health device communication – Part 10407: Device specialization – Blood pressure monitor.
5.1 General
This clause presents the general concepts of blood pressure monitor devices. In the context of personal health devices in this family of standards. a blood pressure monitor is a device that measures blood pressure [i.e.. systolic, diastolic, and mean arterial pressure (MAP)] and, optionally, pulse noninvasivcly. Blood pressure monitor devices considered in this standard typically inflate a cuff to occlude an artery and then to measure the reaction of the artery while the pressure is released with the results being convened into systolic, diastolic, and MAP values. Optionally, pulse rate may be determined at the same time.
Blood pressure monitor devices may use a variety of techniques for measuring blood pressure and pulse rate. Onc typical method is the oscillometric method where oscillations in cuff pressure arc analyzed to obtain blood pressure values. Another technique is the automated auscultatory method where the device uses a microphone to detect Koroikoff sounds during cuff deflation. Auscullatory devices measure the systolic and diastolic values and estimates the MAP.
In home monitors, the oscillometric method is typically used, allowing the measurement to be done electronically. On the oscillomelric method, small pressure changes (oscillations) occur in the culT as a result of blood pressure pulses during the inflation or deflation of the cuff and arc detected. These oscillations, which first increase and then decrease, are stored together with the corresponding cufT pressure values in the automated sphygmomanometer. With these stored values, the systolic, diastolic. and mean blood pressure values can be mathematically derived using an appropriate algorithm.
Blood pressure is historically most frequently measured using the units of millimeters of mercury tmmtlg. Kilopascals (kPa) may also be used. This standard supports both mmllg and kPa.
5.2 Systolic and diastolic pressure
The systolic and diastolic blood pressure measurements indicate the highest and lowest blood pressures during the cardiac cycle. Normally, a single measurement is insufficient to provide the complete information regarding the state of the heart and vascular system, and so both systolic and diastolic blood pressure measurements are provided, According to this standard, both systolic and diastolic blood pressures arc always reported together.
5.3 Mean arterial pressure
Mean arterial pressure is reported in the same units as systolic and diastolic blood pressure. It is reported at the same time as systolic and diastolic blood pressure. It is required for this standard.