Amendment 1 - Medical electrical equipment - Part 2-56: Particular requirements for basic safety and essential performance of clinical thermometers for body temperature measurement
Amendement 1 - Appareils électromédicaux - Partie 2-56: Exigences particulières relatives à la sécurité fondamentale et aux performances essentielles des thermomètres médicaux pour mesurer la température de corps
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Medical electrical equipment —
Particular requirements for basic
safety and essential performance
of clinical thermometers for body
Appareils électromédicaux —
Partie 2-56: Exigences particulières relatives à la sécurité
fondamentale et aux performances essentielles des thermomètres
médicaux pour mesurer la température de corps
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