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5.2.1 The software to be developed must display correct numeric pulse oximeter values at a remote location within five seconds. (Note. Correct values within 3% of actual [1])

5.2.2 The software to be developed must display correct numeric EKG values at a remote location within five seconds.

5.2.3 The software to be developed must display a correct graphical EKG oscilloscope waveform at a remote location within five seconds.

5.2.4 The software to be developed must display correct numeric blood pressure values at a remote location within five seconds.

5.2.5 The software to be developed must display correct numeric body temperature values at a remote location within five seconds.

5.2.6 The software to be developed must display the correct patient name.

5.2.7 The software to be developed shall display the correct time of day.

5.2.8 The software to be developed must operate twenty-four hours a day.

5.3 Real-time Patient Monitoring System Performance Requirements

  5.3.1 Acquisition of EKG Data will require solid, wet gel, banana socket, snap or tab disposable electrode sensors.

  5.3.2 Electrode (EKG) sensors will attach to electronic monitoring equipment through 36 inch IEEE compliant universal lead wires. Refer to Requirement 5.3.1

  5.3.3 Pulse oximetry data must be collected using Masimo finger sensor.

5.3.4 Masimo finger sensor must connect to Masimo interface cable. Refer to Requirement 5.3.3

5.4 Design Constraints

 5.4.1 Real-time Sensors and Diagnostics may need to be simulated due to inability to access authentic healthcare equipment.

 5.4.2 Data Integrity and Security are life critical issues with this system.

 5.4.3 Redundant power and transmission should be addressed as this system is life critical.

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