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Taking into account of influence electromagnetic influence of RFID hardware on efficiency of implantable and wearable medical devices

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I.M. Rakhmanov – Deputy Head of Radiofrequency Identification Department, JSC «EMC of «Vega» Concern». E-mail: i.rakhmanov@rfidcenter.ru
L.S. Tischenko – Engineer of Radiofrequency Identification Department, JSC «EMC of «Vega» Concern». E-mail: l.tischenko@rfidcenter.ru
J.A. Trishina – Engineer, Radiofrequency Identification Department, JSC «EMC of «Vega» Concern». E-mail: j.trishina@rfidcenter.ru
A.V. Utkin – Head of Radiofrequency Identification Department, JSC «EMC of «Vega» Concern». E-mail: a.utkin@rfidcenter.ru


Currently the improving quality of life has more attention. Very perspective trend is the application of RFID technology in various areas including healthcare for inventory management, tracking patients, medical staff and equipment. There is must be considered that RFID devices are source of the high frequency electromagnetic field (EMF) and they have special requirements to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) with active implantable medical devices. So the question about research of electromagnetic radiation influence of RFID equipment on implantable pacemakers and cardioverter defibrillators is very topical. Conducted researches uncovered the set of problems concerned with EMC of RFID devices and active implanted medical devices. In result was done a conclusion: regular exploitation of implants should be carried out in EM interference (EMI) conditions of different type and intensities. For domestic producers of implantable devices by article’s authors is founded the necessary of design of national standards and assessment criterions of EMC RFID devices and active implanted medical devices.
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