Electromagnetic interference to infusion pumps. Update2008 from GSM mobile phones

@article{Calcagnini2008ElectromagneticIT,
  title={Electromagnetic interference to infusion pumps. Update2008 from GSM mobile phones},
  author={Giovanni Calcagnini and Federica Censi and Michele Triventi and Eugenio Mattei and R. LoSterzo and Elisa Marchetta and Pietro Bartolini},
  journal={2008 30th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
  year={2008},
  pages={4503-4506}
}
Electromagnetic interference (EMI) to critical care medical devices has been reported by various groups. Previuos study demonstrated that infusion pumps are susceptible of false alarm buzzing and block of infusion, when exposed to various EMI sources. Aim of this paper is to investigate the changes in the risk of EMI from the estimates of our previous 2005 survey and to extend the EMI risk assessment to newer telecommunication products: DECT phones and WiFi terminals. With regards to GSM phones… CONTINUE READING

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