Circuits using the LMG341xR150 involve high voltage, potentially up to 600 V. When laying out circuits using the LMG341xR150, understand how the creepage and clearance requirements apply to the application design. Functional (or working) isolation is required between the source and drain of each transistor, and between the high-voltage power supply and ground. Functional isolation or perhaps stronger isolation (such as reinforced isolation) may be required between the input circuitry to the LMG341xR150 and the power controller. Choose signal isolators and PCB spacing (creepage and clearance) distances which meet your isolation requirements.
If a heat sink is used to manage thermal dissipation of the LMG341xR150, ensure necessary electrical isolation and mechanical spacing is maintained between the heat sink and the PCB.