PCD Pump 2012-04-11 WebEx

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Meeting Purpose

IHE PCD Infusion Pump Working Group discussions.

WebEx Information

Topic: IHE PCD Infusion Pump WG

Date: Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Time: 14:00, Eastern Time (GMT -05:00, New York)

Duration: 60 Minutes'

Note: Specific web & phone information will be provided via e-mail to group members.

Contact Manny Furst for more information.

Proposed Agenda

1. Review today's Agenda
2. Review 2012.04.04 WebEx Discussion Notes
3. Preliminary Syringe & PCA Device Model Review
4. Review Term Set (in RTMMS)
5. (rapid!) Action Item Review from Summit, including:
- PCIM Update (updated discussion files here)
- NIST / Tooling
6. Deferred: Pump Mode & Status Parameter Definition Review
7. Next Meeting Agenda

Attachments / Materials

  • <add attachments links here>

Discussion Notes

Chair/Host: Jeff Rinda (Hospira)
Participants: Todd Cooper (BSF), Nicolas Crouzier (NIST), Bill Van Dyke (Smiths), Paul Elletson (Smiths), Al Engelbert (B.Braun), Jing Gao (NIST), John Garguilo (NIST), Bill Hawley (IHC), Sandra Martinez (NIST), John Rhoads (Philips), Paul Schluter (GE), Erin Sparnon (ECRI), Kristina Wilson (Hospira)

NOTE: Action Item Review updates have been posted directly to the Infusion Pump Action Items wiki page

Item Topic Discussion
1 Introductions & Agenda & Discussion Notes Review
- Chair



2 RTMMS Update
- Todd
  • Reviewed term definitions for the pump WG using the NIST RTMMS tool
  • Enumeration Groups: Currently must be created by the SDO account; but will be added for Vendors to propose as well

Additional RTMMS usage issues were communicated separately to the NIST development for consideration in future tool versions.



3 DS Models
- Todd
  • Reviewed draft MDS/VMD/Channel models for LVP, syringe and PCA devices.
Models are loaded on FTP site here...
  • In general, models were accepted as appropriate for current efforts; they will be used as channel identifiers in the RTMMS.
  • Question: Support for multiple lines at the distal side of the device - needed? How accounted for?
- In general, though it is doable, there is no current need identified nor a device that supports this
- This could be supported by a Metric "line color" attribute or a shared body site.
  • Question: Can primary/secondary + PCA + bolus channels operate concurrently? YES!



5 Next Meeting
- Chair


  • Topics <TBD>


Next Meeting

NOTE: Next Meeting will be held during the regularly scheduled time: 14:00 (Eastern) on 2012.04.18 (60 minutes)

(Reviewed & approved by PCD Infusion Pump WG on 2012.04.18

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