Cisco Wireless AP's are compliant with the current "World-wide" standards for operation in Medical settings. Have a look;
Medical EMC Standards
The Electromagnetic community (EMC) recently adopted a harmonized standard for equipment operating in medical environments. The requirements must meet the emission and immunity requirements of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 601-1.2. Cisco WLAN radios are evaluated to this standard as part of their system qualifications.
Please note that compliance with IEC 601-1-2 does not mean that the transmitter will not interfere with any medical device, but that the device's digital emissions are compliant with the industry limits and the device's digital portion has sufficient protection from interference from other electronic devices.
Though newer medical systems deployed in hospitals are designed and tested to the latest standard, it is possible that older systems that have not been evaluated to this standard have been deployed as well. Hence the need for working closely with the biomedical engineering department and technical staff to get all information on installed equipment and their levels of radio frequency immunity.
To date, there have been no reported cases of EMC interference to medical devices from Cisco wireless LAN equipment deployed in hospitals.
Another concern about cellular telephones has been their potential impact on medical devices. Many hospitals ban such phones from emergency rooms or other sensitive areas. Again, this has led some to question whether wireless networking devices can be used in proximity to medical equipment.
To address these concerns, Cisco wireless networking devices are specifically designed to reduce emissions that could interfere with medical devices. Cisco radio module products meet both the FCC and European Commission emission levels required for devices operating in a medical environment, specifically the EN 55011 emission standards.
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