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doc.: IEEE 802.15-13-0433-00-004q Submission ETRI July 2013 Slide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: Medical Implant Applications and Medical Frequency Band Date Submitted: 00 July, 2013 Source: Dong-Wook Seo, Hyung Soo Lee Company: ETRI Address: 488-23 YongBong-ri, Yuga-myeon, Dalseong-gun, Daegu, 711-883, Korea Voice: +82-53-670-8056, FAX: +82-53-670-8008, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Re: [n/a] Abstract:Provide applications of medical implant device that requires low power. And request the additional frequency band of the ULP for the implantable medical device. Purpose:Response to the IEEE802.15 TG4q call for applications Notice:This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P802.15. It is offered as a basis for discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or organization(s). The material in this document is subject to change in form and content after further study. The contributor(s) reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein. Release:The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution becomes the property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by P802.15.
doc.: IEEE 802.15-13-0433-00-004q Submission ETRI July 2013 Slide 2 Medical Implant Applications and Medical Frequency Band of 401-406 MHz Dong-Wook Seo*, Hyung Soo Lee ETRI
doc.: IEEE 802.15-13-0433-00-004q Submission ETRI July 2013 Purpose and Contents purpose –To provide applications of the implantable medical device that requires low power –To request additional frequency bands of the ULP for the implantable medical device contents –Requirements of the Implantable Medical Device –Implantable Continuous Glucose Monitoring System –Implantable Cardiac Arrhythmia Monitoring System –Medical Implant Frequency band –Summary
doc.: IEEE 802.15-13-0433-00-004q Submission ETRI July 2013 Implantable Medical Device basic requirements of the Implantable medical device –application fields patient monitoring : blood pressure, cardiac arrhythmia, glucose sensor assistant, medical cure: cochlear implant, deep brain stimulator and so on. –physical small size minimum external component count integrated sensor by MEMS technology –low power consumption tens μW – several mW limited power of the implant battery –stable power supply for several years wireless power transfer system energy harvesting –can support only several μA current IMDTypical power requirement Pacemaker 30~100 μ W Cardiac Defibrillator 30~100 μ W Neurological Stimulator30uW to several mW Drug Pump 100 μ W to 2mW Cochlear Implants10mW power requirements of IMDs  audio neuro stimulator deep brain stimulator/ brain liquid pressure sensor blood pressure monitor glucose sensor cardiac arrhythmia monitor/recorder
doc.: IEEE 802.15-13-0433-00-004q Submission ETRI July 2013 Implantable Continuous Glucose Monitoring System transmitter with the implantable glucose sensor –transmits glucose sensing data receiver with display and inter-networking –saves, analyzes and displays data implant position –abdomen, brachium, wrist data rate –~ 1 kbps the wireless power transfer as a power supply –to last more than a month after charging –inductive coupling using the coil with high L and high Q 1. abdomen 2. brachium 3. wrist implanted glucose sensor receiver/gateway Insulin pump
doc.: IEEE 802.15-13-0433-00-004q Submission ETRI July 2013 Implantable Cardiac Arrhythmia Monitoring System transition of a body-worn type to an implant type –reduce the noise caused by movement and clothes –User can not remove or forget the system. –The authorized patients only use the system. implant position –precordium, subclavian, arm data rate –< 10 kbps wireless power transfer –to continuously monitor for more than one year using the rechargeable battery 1cm 1.5cm lead fixture main electrode(platinum) ECG sensor 1cm 2cm base electrode 1cm 1. precordium 2. subclavian 3. arm implant sensor heart call (body-worn system) 
doc.: IEEE 802.15-13-0433-00-004q Submission ETRI July 2013 Status of Frequency Usage of 401-406 MHz Band spectrum for implant device inside a human body –Medical Implant Communication Service (MICS) –ITU : 401-406 MHz –USA, Europe, Korea : 402-405 MHz (core band) spectrum for medical device worn on a human body –401-402, 405-406 MHz (wing band) –USA : Medical Device Radiocommunication Service (MedRadio) –Europe : MEdical Data Service (MEDS) –Korea : will be allocated in 2014 I T U USA Europe Korea 401 MHz 402 403 404 405 406
doc.: IEEE 802.15-13-0433-00-004q Submission ETRI July 2013 Medical Frequency Band of 401-406 MHz The medical device is a representative application requiring the ULP technology. The MICS band and the adjacent frequencies are required as the ULP band. –MICS band : 402-405 MHz –MedRadio/MEDS band : 401-402 MHz, 405-406 MHz –The IEEE 802.15.6 has already completed the channel model of MICS.
doc.: IEEE 802.15-13-0433-00-004q Submission ETRI July 2013 Summary The ULP technology is useful for applications including the implantable medical device. –The implantable medical device has essentially the characteristic of ultra low power consumption. The ULP should support the data rate of less than 10 kbps. –Most implantable medical devices do not need the high data rate of 1 Mbps. The additional frequency bands of the ULP are required. –MICS band (401-406 MHz) –MedRadio/MEDS band (401-402 MHz, 405-406 MHz) Slide 9
doc.: IEEE 802.15-13-0433-00-004q Submission ETRI July 2013 Thank you for your attention! Slide 10
doc.: IEEE 802.15-13-0433-00-004q Submission ETRI July 2013 Reference  doc.: IEEE 802.15-08-0766-01-0006, “Biological Effects of WPT systems for MICS and Needs for Standardization of WPT systems”  P. D. Bradley, “Wireless Medical Implant Technology,” Proceedings of the ESSCIRC, 2011.  doc.: IEEE 802.15-08-0360-00-0006, “Continuous Glucose Monitoring”  http://www.uheart.kr/http://www.uheart.kr/  Charles S. Farlow, “An Overview of the Medical Device Radiocommunications Service (MedRadio) and Future Telemetry Considerations,” 1 st Invitational Workshop on Body Area Network Technology and Applications, June 19-20, 2011. Slide 11