Body Area Networks: The Next WIFI– Rules set by FCC?

Medical Body Area Network rules set by FCC 
The rules for Medical Body Area Networks have been finalized by the Federal Communications Commission to boost clinician access to extensive real-time information. The rules cover the process involved in choosing a Medical Body Area Network coordinator who will oversee MBAN frequency use and eliminate RF interference between wireless platforms that could affect hospital operations and put patients at risk. “MBAN devices promise to enhance patient safety, care and comfort by reducing the need to physically connect sensors to essential monitoring equipment by cables and wires,” according to the rule. Health Data Management 

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