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Standard Specification for Alarm Signals in Medical Equipment Used in Anesthesia and Respiratory Care (Withdrawn 2006)
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1.1 This specification covers defining the characteristics and requirements of electrically generated alarm signals for use with medical equipment intended for use in anesthesia and respiratory care. It does not specify the condition that activates the alarms, nor does it specify the devices used for the production of audible and visual signals. This specification does not address informational sounds produced by devices such as ECG monitors, surgical lasers, and electrocautery units.
1.2 The values stated in SI units are to be regarded as the standard.
Alarm signals; Anesthesia; Audible signals; Bursts; High priority alarm signals; Medium priority alarm signals; Melodic characteristics; Pulse; Respiratory care; Temporal characteristics; Visual signals; alarm signals-medical equipment used in anesthesia/respiratory care,; spec; ICS Number Code 11.040.10 (Anaesthetic, respiratory and reanimation equipment)
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1993 R99 EDITION
Feb. 15, 1993