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Vent nomenclature semantic architecture finite state model fsm perspective architecture

Vent nomenclature – semantic architecture - “Finite State Model (FSM)” perspective- Architecture

J. Wittenber, N. Jones d9w08Mar10

ISO/IEEE11073/IHE/IEC JWG on Vent Nomenclature


Intro

Intro

  • This paper updates the “Finite State Model (FSM)” perspective

    • General: Descriptive language

    • Architectural

      • Graphical

      • Relational*, Tabular

    • Ontological

  • And includes several annotated wave examples from literature for discussion and validation purposes

    *Initial harmonization with emerging related standards

    • Risk Management for MedDevs in HC IT Networks (ISO/IEC 80001-1)

    • Particular requirements for basic safety and essential performance of critical care ventilators (ISO/IEC 80601-2-12)

ISO/IEEE11073/IHE/IEC JWG on Vent Nomenclature


Vent nomenclature mode descriptive language general

Vent Nomenclature – Mode - Descriptive language - General

Notes:

1 From “Classes Properties & Attributes of the Elements of Ventilation.xlsx”[Jones/Dain] and related ontology (see slide).

ISO/IEEE11073/IHE/IEC JWG on Vent Nomenclature


Vent nomenclature fsm architecture graphical view

Vent Nomenclature –FSM - Architecture – Graphical view

ISO/IEEE11073/IHE/IEC JWG on Vent Nomenclature


Vent nomenclature fsm architecture relational tabular view

Vent Nomenclature –FSM - Architecture – Relational, Tabular view

  • Attribute value sets are taken combinationally to derive an FSM path

  • “f(χ)”  analogical transfer function, typ. a [low-order ] polynomial, esp. constant or slope @ P, Q, V.

  • See slide “Notes” for more definition on Attributes

See Examples (2)

(1)

ISO/IEEE11073/IHE/IEC JWG on Vent Nomenclature


Vent nomenclature mode ontological view

Vent Nomenclature –Mode – Ontological view

ISO/IEEE11073/IHE/IEC JWG on Vent Nomenclature


Vent nomenclature fsm architecture example annotated waves 1 aprv

Vent Nomenclature –FSM Architecture – Example Annotated Waves – (1) - APRV

ISO/IEEE11073/IHE/IEC JWG on Vent Nomenclature


Vent nomenclature fsm architecture example annotated waves 2

Vent Nomenclature –FSM Architecture – Example Annotated Waves – (2)

ISO/IEEE11073/IHE/IEC JWG on Vent Nomenclature


Vent nomenclature fsm architecture notes

Vent Nomenclature –FSM Architecture – Notes

Notes are included in a document construct as follows.

ISO/IEEE11073/IHE/IEC JWG on Vent Nomenclature


Vent nomenclature ppv bt fsm perspective inspiration phase initial version

Vent Nomenclature – PPV BT - FSM perspective – Inspiration Phase – Initial version

Initiation

Inflation

Transition

Termination

sBT

Q0

VC.

sMode types (i-iii) determine entry condition

(sTinsp may be f(sI:E,1/sRR}

“Time-terminated”

(tbd)

PC

Expiration

“Flow-terminated 3”

PS

(allowing termination by change of patient’s breathing effort)

1,”Volume Support” can be considered as a PS Volume-targeted variation, with ∆sPAW adapted Breath-to-Breath

2 in Propor’l Assist Ventil’n, sPAW may be linear f(inh. effort, e.g. CRG)

3 May be Time- or Flow-terminated, whichever is first

ISO/IEEE11073/IHE/IEC JWG on Vent Nomenclature


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