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Summary

DS-1253
OpenIce Medical Device Network Normal Operation, Data Set 1
Dataset
Massachusetts General Hospital
Massachusetts General Hospital
04/25/2019
04/25/2019
52 (lowest rank is 55)

Category & Restrictions

Infrastructure Data
local networks, sensors
Unrestricted
true

Description


Normal operation data was collected from a network of computers running OpenICE software. Medical devices included: one each to a Puritan-Bennet 840 ventilator, a Philips MP70 patient monitor, a Drager Apollo anesthesia machine, and a Philps MX800 patient monitor.

Initial state:

Data was collected from a network of computers running OpenICE software. One MacOS computer was running an OpenICE supervisor and four BeagleBone computers running Debian linux were connected to medical devices: one each to a Puritan-Bennet 840 ventilator, a Philips MP70 patient monitor, a Drager Apollo anesthesia machine, and a Philps MX800 patient monitor. A Windows 10 PC was also connected to the network and will be used during the data capture to start a second OpenICE supervisor.

The Puritan-Bennet 840 ventilator was running connected to a Michigan Lung test lung, the Philips MX800 patient monitor was running in demo mode where it transmits a typical set of vital signs, the MP70 was turned on with no patient connected, and the Drager Apollo was turned off but with an active BeagleBone network interface connected.

Data file timeline:

5 seconds                        Start a second OpenICE supervisor on the Windows 10 PC
30 seconds                   Connect a fifth BeagleBone, connected to an Oridion Capnostream patient monitor running in demo mode, to the network
1:35                                                                              Start a simulated multiparameter monitor on the Windows 10 PC Supervisor
3:00                                                                              Start a serial interface to a GE Solar 8000 patient monitor on the MocOS Supervisor
3:50                                                                              Use the Windows Supervisor to associate the GE Solar 8000 with the simulated patient "Joeseph Baker"
5:00                                                                              End recording

Additional Details

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