ISO 8637-1:2017 specifies requirements for haemodialysers, haemodiafilters, haemofilters and haemoconcentrators, hereinafter collectively referred to as "the device", for use in humans.
ISO 8637-1:2017 does not apply to:
- extracorporeal blood circuits;
- plasmafilters;
- haemoperfusion devices;
- vascular access devices;
- blood pumps;
- pressure monitors for the extracorporeal blood circuit;
- air detection devices;
- systems to prepare, maintain or monitor dialysis fluid;
- systems or equipment intended to perform haemodialysis, haemodiafiltration, haemofiltration or haemoconcentration;
- reprocessing procedures and equipment.
NOTE Requirements for the extracorporeal blood circuit for haemodialysers, haemodiafilters and haemofilters are specified in ISO 8637‑2.

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This document specifies requirements for enteral feeding systems comprising enteral giving sets, enteral extension sets, enteral syringes, enteral feeding catheters, and enteral accessories.
This document is not applicable to oral syringes.

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2019-11-11-JO:  CEN/TC 205 Decision 19/2019 on delinking EN ISO 7199:2017/prA1 from MDD.
DOW = DAV + 36 months

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This document specifies requirements for single use, gravity feed infusion sets for medical use in order to ensure their compatibility with containers for infusion solutions and intravenous equipment.
Secondary aims of this document are to provide guidance on specifications relating to the quality and performance of materials used in infusion sets and to present designations for infusion set components.

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This document specifies the requirements and methods for the clinical investigation of me equipment used for the intermittent non-invasive automated estimation of the arterial blood pressure by utilizing a cuff.
This document is applicable to all sphygmomanometers that sense or display pulsations, flow or sounds for the estimation, display or recording of blood pressure. These sphygmomanometers need not have automatic cuff inflation.
This document covers sphygmomanometers intended for use in all patient populations (e.g. all age and weight ranges), and all conditions of use (e.g. ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, stress testing blood pressure monitoring and blood pressure monitors for the home healthcare environment for self-measurement as well as use in a professional healthcare facility).
EXAMPLE Automated sphygmomanometer as given in IEC 80601-2-30 undergoing clinical investigation according to this document.
This document specifies additional disclosure requirements for the accompanying documents of sphygmomanometers that have passed a clinical investigation according to this document.
This document is not applicable to clinical investigations of non-automated sphygmomanometers as given in ISO 81060-1 or invasive blood pressure monitoring equipment as given in IEC 60601-2-34.

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ISO 10555-6:2015 specifies requirements, performance, and user safety issues related to subcutaneous implanted ports and catheters for intravascular long-term use supplied in sterile condition and intended for single use.
ISO 10555-6:2015 does not specify requirements, performance, and user safety issues related to non-coring needles.

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This document specifies requirements, including performance requirements, for plastics collapsible, non-vented, sterile containers (known as plastics containers) complete with collecting tube outlet port(s), integral needle, and with optional transfer tube(s), for the collection, storage, processing, transport, separation, and administration of blood and blood components. The plastics containers can contain anticoagulant and/or preservative solutions, depending on the application envisaged.
This document is also applicable to multiple units of plastics containers, e.g. to double, triple, quadruple, or multiple units.
Unless otherwise specified, all tests specified in this document apply to the plastics container as prepared ready for use.
This document is not applicable to plastics containers with an integrated filter.

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This document specifies construction, design, performance requirements and test methods for medical face masks intended to limit the transmission of infective agents from staff to patients during surgical procedures and other medical settings with similar requirements. A medical face mask with an appropriate microbial barrier can also be effective in reducing the emission of infective agents from the nose and mouth of an asymptomatic carrier or a patient with clinical symptoms.
This European Standard is not applicable to masks intended exclusively for the personal protection of staff.
NOTE 1   Standards for masks for use as respiratory personal protective equipment are available.
NOTE 2   Annex A provides information for the users of medical face masks.

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This European Standard specifies information to be supplied to users and third party verifiers in addition to the usual labelling of medical devices (see EN 1041 and EN ISO 15223-1), concerning manufacturing and processing requirements. This European Standard gives information on the characteristics of single-use and reusable clean air suits used as medical devices for clinical staff, intended to prevent the transmission of infective agents between clinical staff and patients during surgical and other invasive procedures. This European Standard specifies test methods for evaluating the identified characteristics of clean air suits and sets performance requirements for these products.

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This European Standard specifies information to be supplied to users and third party verifiers in addition to the usual labelling of medical devices (see EN 1041 and EN ISO 15223-1), concerning manufacturing and processing requirements. This European Standard gives information on the characteristics of single-use and reusable surgical gowns and surgical drapes used as medical devices for patients, clinical staff and equipment, intended to prevent the transmission of infective agents between clinical staff and patients during surgical and other invasive procedures. This European Standard specifies test methods for evaluating the identified characteristics of surgical drapes and gowns and sets performance requirements for these products.
EN 13795-1 does not cover requirements for resistance to penetration by laser radiation of products. Suitable test methods for resistance to penetration by laser radiation, together with an appropriate classification system, are given in EN ISO 11810.
EN 13795-1 does not cover requirements for incise drapes or films.
EN 13795-1 does not cover requirements for antimicrobial treatments for surgical gowns and drapes. Antimicrobial treatment may cause environmental risks such as resistance and pollution. However, antimicrobial treated surgical gowns and drapes fall under the scope of this standard with respect to their use as surgical gowns and drapes.

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1.1 General
This document is addressed to the manufacturer and/or supplier of water treatment systems and/or devices used for the express purpose of providing water for haemodialysis or related therapies.
1.2 Inclusions
This document covers devices used to treat potable water intended for use in the delivery of haemodialysis and related therapies, including water used for:
a) the preparation of concentrates from powder or other highly concentrated media at a dialysis facility;
b) the preparation of dialysis fluid, including dialysis fluid that can be used for the preparation of substitution fluid;
c) the reprocessing of dialysers intended for single use where permitted for multiple uses,
d) the reprocessing of dialysers not specifically marked as intended for single use.
This document includes all devices, piping and fittings between the point at which potable water is delivered to the water treatment system, and the point of use of the dialysis water. Examples of the devices are water purification devices, online water quality monitors (such as conductivity monitors), and piping systems for the distribution of dialysis water.
1.3 Exclusions
This document excludes dialysis fluid supply systems that proportion water and concentrates to produce dialysis fluid, sorbent dialysis fluid regeneration systems that regenerate and recirculate small volumes of the dialysis fluid, dialysis concentrates, haemodiafiltration systems, haemofiltration systems, systems that process dialysers for multiple uses, and peritoneal dialysis systems. Some of these devices, such as dialysis fluid delivery systems and concentrates, are addressed in other documents such as ISO 23500-4 and ISO 23500‑5,
This document also excludes the on-going surveillance of the purity of water used for dialysis fluid, concentrate preparation, or dialyser reprocessing which is addressed in ISO 23500‑1.

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This document specifies minimum requirements for concentrates used for haemodialysis and related therapies.
This document is addressed to the manufacturer of such concentrates. In several instances in this document, the dialysis fluid is addressed, which is made by the end user, to help clarify the requirements for manufacturing concentrates. Because the manufacturer of the concentrate does not have control over the final dialysis fluid, any reference to dialysis fluid is for clarification and is not a requirement of the manufacturer.
This document includes concentrates in both liquid and powder forms. It also includes additives, also called spikes, which are chemicals that can be added to the concentrate to supplement or increase the concentration of one or more of the existing ions in the concentrate and thus in the final dialysis fluid.
This document also specifies requirements for equipment used to mix acid and bicarbonate powders into concentrate at the user's facility.
Concentrates prepared from pre-packaged salts and water at a dialysis facility for use in that facility are excluded from the scope of this document. Although references to dialysis fluid appear herein, this document does not address dialysis fluid as made by the end user. This document also excludes requirements for the surveillance frequency of water purity used for the making of dialysis fluid by the dialysis facility. This document does not address bags of sterile dialysis fluid or sorbent dialysis fluid regeneration systems that regenerate and recirculate small volumes of the dialysis fluid.
This document does not cover the dialysis fluid that is used to clinically dialyse patients. Dialysis fluid is covered in ISO 23500-5. The making of dialysis fluid involves the proportioning of concentrate and water at the bedside or in a central dialysis fluid delivery system. Although the label requirements for dialysis fluid are placed on the labelling of the concentrate, it is the user's responsibility to ensure proper use.
This document does not cover haemodialysis equipment, which is addressed in IEC 60601-2-16:2012.

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This document specifies minimum quality requirements for dialysis fluids used in haemodialysis and related therapies.
This document includes dialysis fluids used for haemodialysis and haemodiafiltration, including substitution fluid for haemodiafiltration and haemofiltration.
This document excludes the water and concentrates used to prepare dialysis fluid or the equipment used in its preparation. Those areas are covered by other International Standards.
Sorbent-based dialysis fluid regeneration systems that regenerate and recirculate small volumes of dialysis fluid, systems for continuous renal replacement therapy that use pre-packaged solutions, and systems and solutions for peritoneal dialysis are excluded from this document.

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This document specifies minimum requirements for water to be used in haemodialysis and related therapies.
This document includes water to be used in the preparation of concentrates, dialysis fluids for haemodialysis, haemodiafiltration and haemofiltration, and for the reprocessing of haemodialysers.
This document excludes the operation of water treatment equipment and the final mixing of treated water with concentrates to produce dialysis fluid. Those operations are the sole responsibility of dialysis professionals. This document does not apply to dialysis fluid regenerating systems.

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1.1 General
This document is the base standard for a number of other standards dealing with water treatment equipment, water, dialysis water, concentrates, and dialysis fluid (ISO 23500 series) and provides dialysis practitioners with guidance on the preparation of dialysis fluid for haemodialysis and related therapies and substitution fluid for use in online therapies, such as haemodiafiltration and haemofiltration. As such, this document functions as a recommended practice.
This document does not address clinical issues that might be associated with inappropriate usage of the water, dialysis water, concentrates, or dialysis fluid. Healthcare professionals involved in the provision of treatment for kidney failure should make the final decision regarding the applications with which these fluids are used, for example, haemodialysis, haemodiafiltration, high-flux haemodialysis, and the reprocessing of dialysers, and need to be aware of the issues that the use of inappropriate fluid quality raises in each of the therapies.
The concepts incorporated in this document should not be considered inflexible or static. The recommendations presented here should be reviewed periodically in order to assimilate increased understanding of the role of dialysis fluid purity in patient outcomes and technological developments.
1.2 Inclusions
This document addresses the user's responsibility for dialysis fluid once the equipment used in its preparation has been delivered and installed.
For the purposes of this document, dialysis fluid includes:
a) dialysis water (see 3.17 for definition) used for the preparation of dialysis fluid and substitution fluid,
b) dialysis water used for the preparation of concentrates at the user's facility,
c) concentrates,
d) the final dialysis fluid and substitution fluid.
The scope of this document includes
a) the quality management of equipment used to treat and distribute water used for the preparation of dialysis fluid and substitution fluid, from the point at which municipal water enters the dialysis facility to the point at which the final dialysis fluid enters the dialyser or the point at which substitution fluid is infused,
b) equipment used to prepare concentrate from powder or other highly concentrated media at a dialysis facility, and
c) preparation of the final dialysis fluid or substitution fluid from dialysis water and concentrates.
NOTE Because water used to prepare dialysis fluid can also be used to reprocess dialysers not marked intended for single use, this aspect of water use is also covered by this document.
1.3 Exclusions
This document does not apply to sorbent-based dialysis fluid regeneration systems that regenerate and recirculate small volumes of dialysis fluid, systems for continuous renal replacement therapy that use pre-packaged solutions, and systems and solutions for peritoneal dialysis.

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This document specifies requirements for sterile single-use hypodermic syringes made of plastic and rubber materials with or without needle, and intended for the aspiration of fluids or for the injection of fluids immediately after filling and of design such that the syringe can be rendered unusable after use.
This document is not applicable to syringes made of glass [specified in ISO 595 (withdrawn)], auto-disable syringes for fixed dose immunization (ISO 7886‑3) and syringes designed to be pre-filled. It does not address compatibility with injection fluids. Other standards can be applicable when syringes are used for any other intended purpose than those specified in this document.
NOTE Syringes designed to reduce the risk of needle-stick injuries can also comply with this document with regard to their re-use prevention properties, but it is stressed that anti-needle-stick properties of syringes are not in themselves addressed in this document.

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This document specifies requirements for single-use sharps containers intended to hold potentially hazardous sharps medical waste with or without sharps protection features, e.g. scalpel blades, trocars, hypodermic needles and syringes.
It is applicable to single-use sharps containers that are supplied complete by the manufacturer and to those that are supplied as components intended to be assembled by the user.
It is not applicable to reusable sharps containers or to the outer containers used in the transportation of filled single-use sharps containers.

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This document specifies requirements for the blood circuit for devices used in extracorporeal blood filtration therapies such as, but not limited to, haemodialysis, haemodiafiltration, haemofiltration and transducer protectors (integral and non-integral) intended for use in such circuits.
This document does not apply to:
— haemodialysers, haemodiafilters or haemofilters;
— plasmafilters;
— haemoperfusion devices;
— vascular access devices;
— blood pumps;
— pressure monitors for the extracorporeal blood circuit;
— air detection devices;
— systems to prepare, maintain or monitor dialysis fluid;
— systems or equipment intended to perform haemodialysis, haemodiafiltration, haemofiltration or haemoconcentration.
NOTE 1 Requirements for haemodialysers, haemodiafilters, haemofilters and haemoconcentrators are specified in ISO 8637‑1, and requirements for plasmafilters are specified in ISO 8637‑3.
NOTE 2 Extracorporeal blood tubing sets can also be used for other extracorporeal therapies such as haemoperfusion, plasmafiltration and plasma adsorption.

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This document specifies requirements and test methods for sterile urethral catheters for single use, with or without a balloon.
This document does not include drainage catheters covered by ISO 20697, e.g. ureteral catheters, nephrostomy catheters, and suprapubic catheters. This document also excludes ureteral stents.
NOTE Ureteral stents are covered in ASTM F1828‑97.

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This document specifies requirements for sterile, single use drainage catheters, wound and fluid accumulation drainage systems, surgical drainage catheters and their components, where the catheter is placed in a body cavity or wound, surgically or percutaneously, for drainage of fluid or air to the exterior.
The drainage catheter is left to drain naturally or connected to a suction source for faster tissue granulation.
This document is not applicable to:
a) suction catheters;
b) tracheal catheters;
c) urethral catheters;
NOTE See ISO 20696.
d) ureteral stents, biliary stents, and other stents;
NOTE See ISO 14630 and ASTM F1828‑97 for stents requirements.
e) drainage catheters placed in digestive tracts percutaneously with gastrostomy technique;
f) neuraxial catheters used for removal of cerebrospinal fluid;
NOTE See ISO 20698.
g) enteral catheters used for removal of solutions or substances from the gastrointestinal tract;
NOTE See ISO 20695.
h) coatings.

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ISO 7886-1:2017 specifies requirements and test methods for verifying the design of empty sterile single-use hypodermic syringes, with or without needle, made of plastic or other materials and intended for the aspiration and injection of fluids after filling by the end-users. This document does not provide requirements for lot release. The syringes are primarily for use in humans.
Sterile syringes specified in this document are intended for use immediately after filling and are not intended to contain the medicament for extended periods of time.
It excludes syringes for use with insulin (see ISO 8537), single-use syringes made of glass, syringes for use with power-driven syringe pumps, syringes pre-filled by the manufacturer, and syringes intended to be stored after filling (e.g. in a kit for filling by a pharmacist).
Hypodermic syringes without a needle specified in this document are intended for use with hypodermic needles specified in ISO 7864.

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ISO 8536-14:2016 specifies requirements for non-sterile clamps and flow regulators used as a subcomponent to control the flow of intravenous solutions and/or blood components through sterilized infusion and blood transfusion sets and blood bag assemblies without fluid contact.
In some countries, the national pharmacopoeia or other national regulations are legally binding and take precedence over ISO 8536-14:2016.

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This Technical Report provides information for those choosing or using sterile and non-sterile gloves for medical applications based on a risk assessment. It deals with gloves worn primarily for the protection of the patient and glove user from biological cross contamination.
NOTE   Gloves worn specifically for the protection of the glove user from e.g. chemical and biological hazards are covered by the EU-Directive on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and the related standards e.g. EN 16523-1, EN 374-2, EN 374-4, EN ISO 374-1 and EN ISO 374-5.
This document describes the rationale behind the requirements of the EN 455 series and explores the possible trade-offs in glove selection between the various factors which affect glove, physical properties, biocompatibility, comfort and sensitivity. The strengths and weaknesses of various alternative glove materials and the potential biological hazards presented by their use are also explored.

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ISO 10555-6:2015 specifies requirements, performance, and user safety issues related to subcutaneous implanted ports and catheters for intravascular long-term use supplied in sterile condition and intended for single use.
ISO 10555-6:2015 does not specify requirements, performance, and user safety issues related to non-coring needles.

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ISO 11608-7:2016 specifies particular requirements to make needle-based drug delivery systems or NIS (needle-based injection system) accessible for persons with visual impairments. It applies to devices intended for patient or caregiver administration of medicinal products to humans.
It covers requirements to allow for safe and correct handling of the NIS, including labelling, packaging, and instructions for use. It also includes requirements for training programs, if applicable.
It covers requirements for NIS that are claimed to be appropriate for use by persons with visual impairments.
It does not address requirements for use of sharps containers by persons with visual impairments.
Although specifically intended to apply to needle-based injection systems within the ISO 11608 series, ISO 11608-7:2016 can be applied to NIS outside the ISO 11608 series as well, if they might be used by persons with visual impairments.
It is written to address the needs of persons with all levels of visual limitations, including low, moderate, or severe visual impairment; legal, functional, or total blindness; and colour vision deficiencies.
Therefore, ISO 11608-7:2016 includes the requirement to provide information in visual formats that can be perceived and understood by people with moderate visual impairment and in non-visual formats (e.g. tactile or auditory) that can be perceived and understood by people with no useful vision.
For simplicity's sake, this range is described in ISO 11608-7:2016 as addressing the needs of individuals with moderate visual impairment or blindness.

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ISO 80601-2-56:2017 applies to the basic safety and essential performance of a clinical thermometer in combination with its accessories, hereafter referred to as me equipment. This document specifies the general and technical requirements for electrical clinical thermometers. This document applies to all electrical clinical thermometers that are used for measuring the body temperature of patients.
Clinical thermometers can be equipped with interfaces to accommodate secondary indicators, printing equipment, and other auxiliary equipment to create me systems. This document does not apply to auxiliary equipment.
Me equipment that measures a body temperature is inside the scope of this document.
ISO 80601-2-56:2017 does not specify the requirements for screening thermographs intended to be used for the individual non-invasive human febrile temperature screening of groups of individual humans under indoor environmental conditions, which are given in IEC 80601‑2‑59[4].
If a clause or subclause is specifically intended to be applicable to me equipment only, or to me systems only, the title and content of that clause or subclause will say so. If that is not the case, the clause or subclause applies both to me equipment and to me systems, as relevant.
Hazards inherent in the intended physiological function of me equipment or me systems within the scope of this document are not covered by specific requirements in this document except in IEC 60601‑1:2005+A1:2012, 7.2.13 and 8.4.1.
NOTE Additional information can be found in IEC 60601?1:2005+A1:2012, 4.2.

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ISO 1135-3:2016 specifies requirements for types of blood-taking sets for medical use in order to ensure functional interchangeability of transfusion equipment. It is applicable to sterilized blood-taking sets intended for single use only.
ISO 1135-3:2016 also aims to provide
a) specifications relating to the quality and performance of materials used in transfusion equipment, and
b) a unified presentation of terms for such equipment.
In some countries, the national pharmacopoeia or other national regulations are legally binding and take precedence over ISO 1135-3:2016.

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ISO 7199:2016 specifies requirements for sterile, single-use, extracorporeal blood-gas exchangers (oxygenators) intended for supply of oxygen to, and removal of carbon dioxide from, the blood of humans.
ISO 7199:2016 also applies to heat exchangers and arterial filters that are integral parts of the oxygenator.
ISO 7199:2016 also applies to external equipment unique to the use of the oxygenator.
ISO 7199:2016 does not apply to
- implanted oxygenators,
- liquid oxygenators,
- extracorporeal circuits (blood tubing),
- separate heat exchangers,
- separate ancillary devices, and
- separate arterial line filter.

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ISO 8871-5:2016 specifies requirements and test methods for functional parameters of elastomeric closures used in combination with vials and when pierced by an injection needle.
NOTE Functional testing with spikes is specified in ISO 8536‑2 and in ISO 8536‑6.

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ISO 8536-13:2016 specifies requirements for non-sterile, single-use graduated flow regulators used as subcomponents in sterilized infusion sets for single use to control the flow of intravenous infusion solutions with fluid contact under gravity feed conditions.
In some countries, the national pharmacopoeia or other national regulations are legally binding and take precedence over ISO 8536-13:2016.

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ISO 9626:2016 applies to rigid stainless steel needle tubing suitable for use in the manufacture of hypodermic needles and other medical devices primarily for human use.
It provides requirements and test methods for the tubes manufactured for needles as component used in medical devices. Additional performance testing on the tube aspect may be required when the component is incorporated in the ready-to-use device.
It specifies the dimensions and mechanical properties of steel tubing of designated metric sizes 3,4 mm (10 Gauge) to 0,18 mm (34 Gauge).
It does not apply to flexible stainless steel tubing because the mechanical properties differ from those specified for rigid tubing in ISO 9626:2016. However, manufacturers and purchasers of flexible tubing are encouraged to adopt the dimensional specifications given in ISO 9626:2016.

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ISO 6009:2016 establishes a colour code for the identification of single-use hypodermic needles of designated metric sizein the range of 0,18 mm (34 Gauge) to 3,4 mm (10 Gauge) . It applies to regular-walled, thin-walled, extra-thin-walled and ultra-thin walled needles, and to opaque and translucent colours.
It is not applicable to pen-needles.

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ISO 7864:2016 specifies requirements for sterile hypodermic needles for single use of designated metric sizes 0,18 mm to 1,2 mm.
It does not apply to those devices that are covered by their own standard such as dental needles and pen needles.

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ISO 8537:2016 specifies requirements and test methods for empty, sterile, single-use syringes, with or without needles, made of plastic materials and intended solely for the injection of insulin, with which the syringes are filled by the end user. This International Standard covers syringes intended for single-use only in humans and with insulins of various concentrations.
The insulin syringes specified in this International Standard are intended for use (i.e. insulin injection) immediately after filling and are not intended to contain insulin for extended periods of time.
ISO 8537:2016 excludes single-use syringes made of glass, syringes for use with power-driven syringe pumps, syringes that are pre-filled by the manufacturer, and syringes intended to be stored after filling (e.g. in a kit intended for filling by a pharmacist).

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ISO 8362-5:2016 specifies the shape, dimensions, material, performance requirements and labelling for the type of closure for injection vials, as described in ISO 8362‑1 and ISO 8362‑4, which is used in connection with the freeze drying (or lyophilization) of drugs and biological materials.
The dimensional requirements are not applicable to barrier-coated closures.
Closures specified in this part of ISO 8362 are intended for single use only.
NOTE The potency, purity, stability and safety of a medicinal product during its manufacture and storage can be strongly affected by the nature and performance of the primary packaging.

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ISO 1135-5:2015 specifies requirements for single use transfusion sets for use with pressure infusion equipment capable of generating pressures up to 200 kPa (2 bar). This International Standard ensures compatibility with containers for blood and blood components as well as intravenous equipment.
Secondary aims of ISO 1135-5:2015 are to provide guidance on specifications relating to the quality and performance of materials used in transfusion sets, to present designations for transfusion set components, and to ensure the compatibility of sets with red cell and plasma blood components.
Platelet components should not be transfused under pressure using these sets.
In some countries, the national pharmacopoeia or other national regulations are legally binding and take precedence over ISO 1135-5:2015.

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ISO 1135-4:2015 specifies requirements for single use transfusion gravity sets for medical use in order to ensure their compatibility with containers for blood and blood components as well as with intravenous equipment.
Secondary aims of ISO 1135-4:2015 are to provide guidance on specifications relating to the quality and performance of materials used in transfusion sets, to present designations for transfusion set components, and to ensure the compatibility of sets with a range of cellular and plasma blood components.
In some countries, the national pharmacopoeia or other national regulations are legally binding and take precedence over ISO 1135-4:2015.

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ISO 4074:2015 specifies requirements and test methods for male condoms made from natural rubber latex.

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ISO 3826-4:2015 specifies requirements including performance requirements for aphaeresis blood bag systems with integrated features. Aphaeresis blood bag systems need not contain all of the integrated features identified in this part of ISO 3826.
The integrated features refer to: needle stick protection device, leucocyte filter, sterile barrier filter, pre-collection sampling device, red blood cell storage bag, plasma storage bag, platelet storage bag, polymorphonucleic (e.g. stem) cell storage bag, post-collection sampling devices, and connections for storage solutions, anticoagulant, and replacement fluid.
ISO 3826-4:2015 specifies additional requirements for blood bag systems used to collect varying quantities of blood components or cells by apheresis. It can be used on automated or semi-automated blood collection systems.

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ISO 8536-10:2015 applies to sterilized accessories for single use in fluid lines and pressure infusion equipment as specified in ISO 8536-8.
ISO 8536-10:2015 includes the following:
a) two-way stopcocks, three-way stopcocks, four-way stopcocks, and stopcocks manifold;
b) units with injection site or check valve;
c) stoppers or adapters.

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ISO 8536-9:2015 applies to sterilized fluid lines for single use for use with pressure infusion equipment up to a maximum of 200 kPa (2 bar).
The following items are covered by ISO 8536-9:2015:
a) syringe pump lines (SPL);
b) connecting lines (CL);
c) lines with integrated injection cannula (LIC).

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ISO 8536-11:2015 applies to sterilized infusion filters for single use used up to 200 kPa (2 bar) on fluid lines of pressure infusion equipment and infusion set as specified in ISO 8536‑8. It does not include the effectiveness of filters for separation of particles or germs.

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ISO 8536-8:2015 gives users information on sterilized infusion sets for single use with pressure infusion apparatus up to a maximum of 200 kPa (2 bar).

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This European Standard specifies requirements and gives test methods for physical properties of single-use medical gloves (i.e. surgical gloves and examination/procedure gloves) in order to ensure that they provide and maintain in use an adequate level of protection from cross contamination for both patient and user.
This European Standard does not specify the size of a lot. Attention is drawn to the difficulties that can be associated with the distribution and control of very large lots. The recommended maximum individual lot size for production is 500 000.

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This part of EN 455 specifies requirements for the evaluation of biological safety for medical gloves for single use. It gives requirements for labelling and the disclosure of information relevant to the test methods used.

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ISO 11608-1:2014 specifies requirements and test methods for needle-based injection systems (NISs) intended to be used with needles and with replaceable or non-replaceable containers. Containers covered in ISO 11608-1:2014 include single- and multi-dose syringe-based and cartridge-based systems, filled either by the manufacturer or by the end-user.

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ISO 11070:2014 specifies requirements for introducer needles, introducer catheters, sheath introducers, guidewires, and dilators supplied in the sterile condition, and intended for single use in conjunction with intravascular catheters.

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