This document specifies requirements for the safety and performance testing of general-purpose nebulizing systems intended for continuous or breath-actuated delivery of liquids, in aerosol form, to humans through the respiratory system.
This document includes gas-powered nebulizers (which can be powered by, e.g., compressors, pipeline systems, cylinders, etc.) and electrically powered nebulizers [e.g. spinning disc, ultrasonic, vibrating mesh (active and passive), and capillary devices] or manually powered nebulizers. This document does not specify the electrical requirements of electrically powered nebulizers.
This document does not specify the minimum performance of nebulizing systems.
This document does not apply to:
a)       devices intended for nasal deposition;
b)       devices intended solely to provide humidification or hydration by providing water in aerosol form.
NOTE 1        ISO 80601-2-74 and ISO 20789 cover these devices.
c)        drug-specific nebulizers or their components (e.g. metered dose inhalers, metered liquid inhalers, dry powder inhalers).
NOTE 2        ISO 20072 covers these devices.
NOTE 3        See Annex A for rationale.

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This document specifies minimum requirements for breathing sets and breathing tubes intended to be used with anaesthetic breathing systems, ventilator breathing systems, humidifiers or nebulizers. It applies to breathing sets and breathing tubes and patient end adaptors supplied already assembled and to those supplied as components and assembled in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
This document is applicable to breathing sets which include special components (e.g. water traps) between the patient end and machine end.
Provision is made for coaxial and related bifurcated, double-lumen, or multiple-lumen breathing sets and breathing tubes suitable for use with patient end adaptors.

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This document provides specific requirements for the basic safety and essential performance for oro-tracheal and naso-tracheal tubes and tracheal tube connectors, tracheal tubes with walls reinforced with metal or plastic, tracheal tubes with shoulders, tapered tracheal tubes, tracheal tubes with means for suctioning, monitoring or delivery of drugs or other gases, and the many other types of tracheal tubes devised for specialized applications.
Tracheobronchial (including endobronchial) tubes (see ISO 16628), tracheostomy tubes (see ISO 5366), and supralaryngeal airways (see ISO 11712) are excluded from the scope of this document.
Tracheal tubes intended for use with flammable anaesthetic gases or agents, lasers, or electrosurgical equipment are outside the scope of this document.
NOTE 1      There is guidance or rationale for this clause contained in Annex A.2.
NOTE 2      ISO 11990-1, ISO 11990-2, and ISO 14408 deal with laser surgery of the airway.

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This document specifies requirements for safety, materials, design and information supplied with tracheobronchial tubes. These devices are used when isolation of the airways of one or both lungs is required.
Tracheal tubes that include bronchus blockers are excluded from the scope of this document

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This document specifies essential performance and safety requirements for cuff pressure indicators used to indicate the intracuff pressure of airway devices, such as supralaryngeal airways, tracheal tubes or tracheostomy tubes.
This document is also applicable to devices that combine intracuff pressure indication with a method of cuff inflation (such as a syringe or pump). The device can also provide a method of automatically maintaining cuff inflation at a specific pressure or within a pressure range.
The requirements specified in this document apply to stand-alone cuff pressure indicators and those integrated into other medical devices e.g. ventilators anaesthesia workstations etc.

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This document specifies performance requirements for voice prostheses including requirements for marking, packaging and information to be provided by the manufacturer as well as test methods for the evaluation of physical characteristics of voice prostheses.
NOTE      There is guidance or rationale for this list item contained in A.2.

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This document specifies basic safety and performance requirements for medical suction equipment powered from a vacuum or positive pressure gas source generating venturi suction. It applies to suction equipment connected to medical gas pipeline systems or cylinders and venturi attachments and can be standalone or part of an integrated system.

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This document specifies minimum performance and safety requirements for air entrainment devices used for delivery of designated oxygen concentrations to patients. It provides a test method to check the accuracy of the oxygen concentration in the air/oxygen mixture generated by the air entrainment devices. Air entrainment devices can be fixed to deliver a single oxygen concentration or adjustable, to deliver a range of oxygen concentration outputs.
This document also specifies marking requirements and recommends an optional system of colour coding to assist the user in identifying the designated oxygen concentration.
This document does not cover air entrainment devices which are integral with medical devices specified in other standards (e.g. emergency lung ventilators, humidifiers, nebulizers).

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This document specifies safety and performance requirements for manually powered suction equipment intended for oro-pharyngeal suction. It applies to equipment operated by foot or by hand or both.
The commonest use of manually powered suction is in situations outside of healthcare settings often described as field use or transport use. Use in these situations may involve extreme conditions of weather or terrain. Additional/alternative requirements for manually powered suction equipment intended for field use or transport use are included in this document.
This document does not apply to mucus extractors.

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This document specifies safety and performance requirements for electrically powered medical and surgical suction equipment. It applies to equipment used in health care facilities such as hospitals, for domiciliary care of patients and for field use and transport use.

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This document specifies requirements for low-flow nasal cannulae, used in both home care and hospital environments for the administration of oxygen therapy.
This document does not include requirements to prevent the proliferation of fire within the tubing but does specify a user-detachable connection that can be used to fit a fire-activated oxygen shut-off device.

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This document specifies general requirements for medical suction equipment that are common to all parts of the ISO 10079 series.
This document is not applicable to the following:
a) end-pieces such as suction catheters, drains, curettes, Yankauer suckers and suction tips;
b) syringes;
c) dental suction equipment;
d) anaesthetic gas scavenging systems;
e) laboratory suction;
f) autotransfusion systems;
g) mucus extractors including neonatal mucus extractors;
h) suction equipment where the collection container is downstream of the vacuum pump;
i) ventouse (obstetric) equipment;
j) suction equipment marked for endoscopic use only; and
k) plume evacuation systems.

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This document, which is device-specific, specifies requirements for laryngoscopes with non-flexible blades, with internal battery-operated power sources, used for illuminating the larynx during intubation. It also specifies critical dimensions for those handles and laryngoscope blades with interchangeable hook‐on fittings.
It is not applicable to the following:
—     flexible laryngoscopes;
—     laryngoscopes designed for surgery;
—     laryngoscopes powered from mains electricity supply;
—     laryngoscopes connected by light‐transmitting cables to external light sources;
—     video laryngoscopes designed to work with an external, integral or attached video system.

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This document specifies dimensions and requirements for both open and closed suction catheters made of flexible materials and intended for use in suctioning of the respiratory tract.
Suction catheters intended for use with flammable anaesthetic gases or agents, lasers or electrosurgical equipment are not covered by this document.
NOTE    For guidance on airway management during laser surgery of the upper airway, see ISO/TR 11991[4].

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ISO 5362:2006 specifies requirements for antistatic and non-antistatic reservoir bags for use with anaesthetic apparatus or lung-ventilator breathing systems. It includes requirements for the design of the neck, size designation, distension and, where relevant, for electrical resistance.
ISO 5362:2006 includes requirements for both single-use and reusable bags. Reusable bags are intended to comply with the requirements of ISO 5362:2006 for the recommended product life.
ISO 5362:2006 is not applicable to special-purpose bags, for example bellows and self-expanding bags.
Bags for use with anaesthetic gas scavenging systems are not considered to be anaesthetic reservoir bags and are thus outside the scope of ISO 5362:2006.

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ISO 14408:2016 specifies marking, labelling, and information to be supplied by the manufacturer for cuffed and uncuffed tracheal tubes and related materials designed to resist ignition by a laser

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This part of ISO 9360 specifies certain requirements for heat and moisture exchangers (HMEs), including those
incorporating breathing system filters, intended for the humidification of respired gases for use primarily with
patients with a tidal volume equal to or greater than 250 ml, and incorporating at least one machine port, and
describes test methods for their evaluation.

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ISO 23328-2:2002 specifies requirements for non-filtration aspects of breathing system filters (BSF) intended for anaesthetic and respiratory use, and addresses connection ports, leakage, resistance to flow, packaging, marking and information supplied. The test method is intended for BSF used with a clinical breathing system.
It is not applicable to other types of filter, e.g. those designed to protect vacuum sources or gas sample lines, to filter compressed gases, or to protect test equipment for physiological respiratory measurements.
A method for assessing filtration performance of BSF is given in ISO 23328-1.

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This part of EN 13544 specifies requirements for tubing to be used with equipment for the therapeutic administration of respirable gases in domiciliary, ambulance and hospital practice including the interface to the equipment i.e. nipples and screw threaded connectors. This tubing is mainly used with oxygen, air or mixtures of these gases.
The interface specifications are given to ensure interchangeability of respiratory therapy equipment thereby enabling patients to receive continuous treatment in all these clinical situations.
Weight-bearing screw-threaded connectors are specified for use at the outlet of e.g. flowmeters to which devices such as humidifiers or nebulizers can be attached.
NOTE   This standard does not specify the devices where these connectors have to be used. It is expected that specific device standards will specify the devices where these connectors are going to the used e.g. EN ISO 10651 4, EN 738-1 and EN 13220.

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ISO 23328-1:2003 gives a short-term airborne sodium chloride particle challenge test method for assessing the filtration performance of breathing system filters (BSF) intended for the filtration of respired gases.
ISO 23328-1:2003 is applicable to BSF used with a clinical breathing system. It is not applicable to other types of filter, e.g. those designed to protect vacuum sources or gas sample lines, to filter compressed gases, or to protect test equipment for physiological respiratory measurements.
Non-filtration aspects of BSF are addressed in ISO 23328-2.

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ISO 5362:2006 specifies requirements for antistatic and non-antistatic reservoir bags for use with anaesthetic apparatus or lung-ventilator breathing systems. It includes requirements for the design of the neck, size designation, distension and, where relevant, for electrical resistance.
ISO 5362:2006 includes requirements for both single-use and reusable bags. Reusable bags are intended to comply with the requirements of ISO 5362:2006 for the recommended product life.
ISO 5362:2006 is not applicable to special-purpose bags, for example bellows and self-expanding bags.
Bags for use with anaesthetic gas scavenging systems are not considered to be anaesthetic reservoir bags and are thus outside the scope of ISO 5362:2006.

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ISO 27427:2013 specifies requirements for the safety and performance testing of general purpose nebulizing systems intended for continuous or breath-actuated delivery of liquids, in aerosol form, to humans through the respiratory system.
ISO 27427:2013 includes gas-powered nebulizers which can be powered by, e.g., compressors, pipeline systems, cylinders, etc., and electrically powered nebulizers [e.g., spinning disc, ultrasonic, vibrating mesh (active and passive), and capillary devices] or manually powered nebulizers.

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ISO 5361:2016 provides essential performance and safety requirements for oro-tracheal and naso-tracheal tubes and tracheal tube connectors. Tracheal tubes with walls reinforced with metal or nylon, tracheal tubes with shoulders, tapered tracheal tubes, tracheal tubes with means for suctioning, monitoring or delivery of drugs or other gases, and the many other types of tracheal tubes devised for specialized applications are included in this International Standard, as many specialized tracheal tubes are now commonly used, and all share similar essential requirements as defined in this International Standard.
Endobronchial (including tracheobronchial) tubes, tracheostomy tubes, and supralaryngeal airways are excluded from the scope of ISO 5361:2016.
Tracheal tubes intended for use with flammable anaesthetic gases or agents, lasers, or electrosurgical equipment are outside the scope of ISO 5361:2016.

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This part of this European Standard specifies minimum performance and safety requirements for air entrainment devices used for delivery of a designated oxygen concentration to patients. It gives a test method to check the oxygen concentration in the air/oxygen mixture generated by the air entrainment device.
It also specifies marking requirements and gives an optional system of colour coding to assist the user to identify the designated oxygen concentration.
This standard does not cover air entrainment devices which are integral with medical devices specified in other standards e.g. emergency lung ventilators, humidifiers, nebulizers, etc.

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CEN/BT C082/2011:  DOW = DAV + 36 months
TAN - Consultant assessment Rejected at FDIS stage.
2019-01-14 - JO: BT N 11332 (BT C160/2018) for CEN TC 215 to remove link from the MDD (93/42/EEC) and Mandate M/023

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ISO 10079-1:2015 specifies safety and performance requirements for electrically powered medical and surgical suction equipment. It applies to equipment used in health care facilities such as hospitals, for domiciliary care of patients and for field and transport use.
ISO 10079-1:2015 does not apply to the following:
a) central power supply (by vacuum/compressed air generation), piping systems of vehicles and buildings, and wall connectors;
b) end-pieces such as suction catheters, drains, curettes, Yankauer suckers and suction tips;
c) syringes;
d) dental suction equipment;
e) anaesthetic gas scavenging systems;
f) laboratory suction;
g) autotransfusion systems;
h) mucus extractors including neonatal mucus extractors;
i) suction equipment where the collection container is downstream of the vacuum pump;
j) ventouse (obstetric) equipment;
k) suction equipment marked for endoscopic use only;
l) plume evacuation systems.

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ISO 8836:2014 specifies requirements for suction catheters, including closed suction catheters, made of flexible materials and intended for use in suctioning of the respiratory tract.
Angled-tip suction catheters (e.g. Coudé catheters) and suction catheters with aspirator collectors are not considered to be specialized and are therefore included in the scope of ISO 8836:2014.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for antistatic and non-antistatic reservoir bags for use with anaesthetic apparatus or lung-ventilator breathing systems. It includes requirements for the design of the neck, size designation, distension and, where relevant, for electrical resistance.
This document is not applicable to special-purpose bags, for example bellows and self-expanding bags. Bags for use with anaesthetic gas scavenging systems are not considered to be anaesthetic reservoir bags and are thus outside the scope of this document.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for paediatric tracheostomy tubes made of plastics materials and/or rubber having inside diameters from 2,0 mm to 6,0 mm. Requirements for paediatric tracheostomy tube connectors and adaptors are also given.
This document is not applicable to specialized tracheostomy tubes.

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2019-02-19 - JO - TC decision 17/2018  (BT N 11332 - BT C160/2018)  to remove this work item from the harmonisation process linked with the MDD (93/42/EEC) thereby removing the need for annex ZA and allowing the standard to be publish without change as EN ISO.

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This International Standard provides essential performance and safety requirements for oro-tracheal and naso-tracheal tubes and tracheal tube connectors. Tracheal tubes with walls reinforced with metal or nylon, tracheal tubes with shoulders, tapered tracheal tubes, tracheal tubes with means for suctioning or monitoring or delivery of drugs or other gases, and the many other types of tracheal tubes devised for specialized applications are included in this International Standard, as many specialized tracheal tubes are now commonly used, and all share similar essential requirements as defined in this International Standard. Tracheobronchial (endobronchial) tubes, tracheostomy tubes and supralaryngeal airways are excluded from the scope of this International Standard. Tracheal tubes intended for use with flammable anaesthetic gases or agents, lasers or electrosurgical equipment are outside the scope of this International Standard.

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ISO 14408:2005 specifies marking, labelling and information supplied by the manufacturer for cuffed and uncuffed tracheal tubes and related materials designed to resist ignition by a laser.

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This European Standard specifies the basic requirements for breathing tubes and breathing tubing supplied to be cut to length, intended for use with anaesthetic apparatus and ventilators, humidifiers and nebulizers. It also applies to breathing tubes and Y-pieces supplied already assembled and to those supplied as components and assembled in accordance with the manufacturers' instructions.
Provision is made for breathing tubes having ends incorporating adaptors with conical connectors (assembled ends) or with plain ends (either cylindrical or tapered).
Breathing tubes for special purposes, such as those used with ventilators having special compliance requirements and coaxial lumen tubes, are outside the scope of this European Standard.
Unless specified otherwise, the requirements of this European Standard apply equally to breathing tubes intended by the manufacturer for single use and those intended for re-use.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for oro-tracheal and naso-tracheal tubes (plain and cuffed) made of plastics materials and/or rubber and requirements for tracheal tube connectors. Specialized tubes are excluded from the scope of this standard.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for oropharyngeal airways of plastics materials and/or rubber, including those with a reinforcement insert made of plastics materials and/or metal. Metal oropharyngeal airways are excluded from the scope of this European Standard.

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This European Standard specifies the basic requirements for breathing tubes and breathing tubing supplied to be cut to length, intended for use with anaesthetic apparatus and ventilators, humidifiers and nebulizers. It also applies to breathing tubes and Y-pieces supplied already assembled and to those supplied as components and assembled in accordance with the manufacturers' instructions.  Provision is made for breathing tubes having ends incorporating adaptors with conical connectors (assembled ends) or with plain ends (either cylindrical or tapered).  Breathing tubes for special purposes, such as those used with ventilators having special compliance requirements and coaxial lumen tubes, are outside the scope of this European Standard.  Unless specified otherwise, the requirements of this European Standard apply equally to breathing tubes intended by the manufacturer for single use and those intended for re-use.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for oro-tracheal and naso-tracheal tubes (plain and cuffed) made of plastics materials and/or rubber and requirements for tracheal tube connectors. Specialized tubes are excluded from the scope of this standard.

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This document specifies requirements for antistatic and non-antistatic reservoir bags for use with anaesthetic apparatus or lung-ventilator breathing systems. It includes requirements for the design of the neck, size designation, distension and, where relevant, for electrical resistance.
This document is not applicable to special-purpose bags, for example bellows and self-expanding bags. Bags for use with anaesthetic gas scavenging systems are not considered to be anaesthetic reservoir bags and are thus outside the scope of this document.

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This document specifies requirements for paediatric tracheostomy tubes made of plastics materials and/or rubber having inside diameters from 2,0 mm to 6,0 mm. Requirements for paediatric tracheostomy tube connectors and adaptors are also given.
This document is not applicable to specialized tracheostomy tubes.

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Specifies requirements for non-filtration aspects of  breathing system filters (BSF) intended for  anaesthetic and respiratory use, and addresses  connection ports, leakage, resistance to flow,  packaging, marking and information supplied. The  test method is intended for BSF used with a  clinical breathing system.

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): Contact Trevor x 850 when progressing this through any stage

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UAP of 4 months (NT/020812).

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Specifies non-filtration aspects including connectors, leakage

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