This document specifies the characteristics of, and corresponding test methods for, forgeable and cold-formed cobalt-chromium-nickel-molybdenum-iron alloy for use in the manufacture of surgical implants.
NOTE            The mechanical properties of a sample obtained from a finished product made of this alloy can differ from those specified in this document.

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This document specifies the characteristics of, and corresponding test methods for, wrought stainless steel for use in the manufacture of surgical implants.
NOTE 1       The mechanical properties of a sample obtained from a finished product made of this alloy can differ from those specified in this document.
NOTE 2       The alloy described in this document corresponds to UNS S31673 in ASTM F138 and ASTM F139.

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This document specifies requirements for vascular device-drug combination products (VDDCPs).
With regard to safety, this document outlines requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacturing, sterilization, packaging and information supplied by the manufacturer.
For implanted products, this document is intended to be used as a supplement to ISO 14630, which specifies general requirements for the performance of non-active surgical implants. This document is intended to be used as a supplement to relevant device-specific standards, such as the ISO 25539 series specifying requirements for endovascular devices. Requirements listed in this document also address VDDCPs that are not permanent implants.
NOTE 1        Due to variations in the design of combination products covered by this document and due to the relatively recent development of some of these combination products, acceptable standardized in vitro test results and clinical study results are not always available. As further scientific and clinical data become available, appropriate revision of this document can be necessary.
This document applies to delivery systems or parts of the delivery system that are an integral component of the vascular device and that are drug-covered (e.g. drug-covered balloon catheters and drug-covered guidewires).
This document does not apply to devices whose PMOA provide a conduit for delivery of a drug (e.g. infusion catheters), unless they contain a drug component that is intended to have an ancillary action to the device part (e.g. antimicrobial coated infusion catheter).
This document does not apply to procedures and devices used prior to and following the introduction of the VDDCP (e.g. balloon angioplasty devices) that do not affect the drug-related aspects of the device.
This document does not provide a comprehensive pharmacological evaluation of VDDCPs.
NOTE 2        Some information about the requirements of certain national and regional authorities is given in Annex B.
The connection of absorbable components of VDDCPs (e.g. coatings) with drug-related aspects of the device are addressed in this document. This document does not provide an exhaustive list of the degradation and other time-dependent aspects of absorbable implants and coatings.
NOTE 3        For more information on absorbable coatings, refer to ISO/TS 17137 and ASTM F3036-13.
This document does not address issues associated with viable or non-viable biological materials such as tissues, cells or proteins.
This document does not address issues associated with active surgical implants (i.e. implants that require power not generated by the human body or gravity).

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This document specifies requirements and tests for single-use, copper-bearing contraceptive intrauterine devices (IUDs) and their insertion instruments.
It is not applicable to IUDs consisting only of a plastics body or whose primary purpose is to release progestogens or other medicinal products.
NOTE       Some aspects of this document can be applicable to medicated intrauterine devices and IUDs not containing copper.

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This document specifies the characteristics of, and corresponding test methods for, wrought cobalt-nickel chromium-molybdenum alloy for use in the manufacture of surgical implants.
NOTE      The tensile properties of a sample obtained from a finished product made of this alloy do not necessarily comply with those specified in this document.

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This document establishes the characteristics of self-closing aneurysm clips intended for permanent intracranial implantation and specifies requirements for their marking, packaging, sterilization and for labelling and accompanying documentation. In addition, it gives a method for the measurement of closing force.
This document is not applicable to malleable clips, or clips intended to be used during the course of surgery and removed before wound closure (temporary clips).
NOTE       In this document when not otherwise established, the term “implant” refers to the self-closing intracranial aneurysm clips.

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This document specifies the general requirements for instruments to be used in association with non-active surgical implants. These requirements apply to instruments when they are manufactured and when they are supplied after refurbishment.
NOTE     In this document, unless otherwise specified, the term "instrument" refers to an instrument for use in association with non-active surgical implants.
This document also applies to instruments which can be connected to power-driven systems, but it does not apply to the power-driven systems themselves.
With regard to safety, this document gives the requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacture, sterilization, packaging, and information supplied by the instrument manufacturer, hereafter referred to as the manufacturer.
This document is not applicable to instruments associated with dental implants, transendodontic and transradicular implants and ophthalmic implants.

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This document is applicable to all devices intended for implantation as a transcatheter heart valve substitute.
This document is applicable to transcatheter heart valve substitutes and to the accessory devices, packaging and labelling required for their implantation and for determining the appropriate size of heart valve substitute to be implanted.
This document establishes an approach for verifying/validating the design and manufacture of a transcatheter heart valve substitute through risk management. The selection of appropriate verification/validation tests and methods are to be derived from the risk assessment. The tests can include those to assess the physical, chemical, biological and mechanical properties of heart valve substitutes and of their materials and components. The tests can also include those for preclinical in vivo evaluation and clinical evaluation of the finished heart valve substitute.
This document defines operational conditions and performance requirements for transcatheter heart valve substitutes where adequate scientific and/or clinical evidence exists for their justification.
This document includes considerations for implantation of a transcatheter heart valve substitute inside a pre-existing prosthetic device (e.g. valve-in-valve and valve-in-ring configurations).

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This document is applicable to heart valve substitutes intended for implantation in human hearts, generally requiring cardiopulmonary bypass and generally with direct visualization. See Annex E for examples of surgical heart valve substitutes and their components.
This document is applicable to both newly developed and modified surgical heart valve substitutes and to the accessory devices, packaging, and labelling required for their implantation and for determining the appropriate size of the surgical heart valve substitute to be implanted.
This document establishes an approach for verifying/validating the design and manufacture of a surgical heart valve substitute through risk management. The selection of appropriate qualification tests and methods are derived from the risk assessment. The tests can include those to assess the physical, chemical, biological, and mechanical properties of surgical heart valve substitutes and of their materials and components. The tests can also include those for pre-clinical in vivo evaluation and clinical evaluation of the finished surgical heart valve substitute.
This document defines operational conditions and performance requirements for surgical heart valve substitutes where adequate scientific and/or clinical evidence exists for their justification.
For some heart valve substitutes (e.g. sutureless), the requirements of both this document and ISO 5840-3:2021 can be relevant and are considered as applicable to the specific device design and are based on the results of the risk analysis.

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This document is applicable to heart valve substitutes intended for implantation and provides general requirements. Subsequent parts of the ISO 5840 series provide specific requirements.
This document is applicable to newly developed and modified heart valve substitutes and to the accessory devices, packaging, and labelling required for their implantation and for determining the appropriate size of the heart valve substitute to be implanted.
ISO 5840-1 outlines an approach for verifying/validating the design and manufacture of a heart valve substitute through risk management. The selection of appropriate qualification tests and methods are derived from the risk assessment. The tests can include those to assess the physical, chemical, biological, and mechanical properties of heart valve substitutes and of their materials and components. The tests can also include those for preclinical in vivo evaluation and clinical evaluation of the finished heart valve substitute.
ISO 5840-1 defines operational conditions for heart valve substitutes.
ISO 5840-1 furthermore defines terms that are also applicable to ISO 5840-2 and ISO 5840-3.
ISO 5840-1 does not provide requirements specific to homografts, tissue engineered heart valves (e.g. valves intended to regenerate in vivo), and heart valve substitutes designed for implantation in circulatory support devices. Some of the provisions of ISO 5840-1 can be applied to valves made from human tissue that is rendered non-viable.
NOTE     A rationale for the provisions of ISO 5840-1 is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies requirements for the evaluation of stent systems (vascular stents and delivery systems) and requirements with respect to nomenclature, design attributes and information supplied by the manufacturer, based upon current medical knowledge. Guidance for the development of in vitro test methods is included in Annex D. This document is supplemental to ISO 14630, which specifies general requirements for the performance of non-active surgical implants.
NOTE 1  Due to the variations in the design of implants covered by this document, and in some cases due to the emergence of novel types of such implants, acceptable standardized in vitro tests and clinical results are not always available. As further scientific and clinical data become available, appropriate revision of this document will be necessary.
This document is applicable to vascular stents and vascular scaffolds (e.g. absorbable vascular scaffolds) used to treat vascular stenoses or other vascular abnormalities or pathologies. Some of the requirements are specific to endovascular treatment of arterial stenoses. Although uses of stent systems other than treatment of arterial stenoses (e.g. venous stenting) are within the scope of this document, comprehensive requirements and testing are not described for these uses. Similarly, specific stent configurations (e.g. bifurcation stents) are within the scope, but comprehensive requirements and testing are not described for these devices.
Stents used in combination with an endovascular prosthesis to complete the treatment of a lesion, including bridging stents (e.g. stents placed in the renal arteries after deployment of a fenestrated endovascular prosthesis), are within the scope of this document, but test methods are not described for the combination. ISO 25539-1 also provides information relevant to the preclinical in vivo and clinical evaluations of such stents.
Vascular stents that have surface modifications, such as drug and/or other coatings, are within the scope of this document. Stents covered with materials that significantly modify the permeability of the uncovered stent (e.g. by covering the stent-free-surface area) are within the scope of ISO 25539-1. The stent design or intended use might dictate the need to address functional requirements identified in both ISO 25539-1 and this document (e.g. stents used in combination with endovascular prostheses, stents used to treat aortic aneurysms).
Balloons integral to the stent system are within the scope of this document. This document provides requirements beyond the requirements of ISO 10555-4, which are specific to the use of balloons with vascular stents.
This document is not applicable to procedures and devices used prior to the introduction of the vascular stent, such as balloon angioplasty devices.
Tacking devices intended to spot treat post-angioplasty dissections, coil supporting devices, and flow diverters are within the scope of this document, but comprehensive requirements and testing are not described for these devices.
Although drug-eluting stents are within the scope of this document, this document is not comprehensive with respect to the drug-eluting properties of these devices.
NOTE 2  Vascular device-drug combination products are within the scope of ISO 12417-1.
Although absorbable stents and stents with absorbable coatings are within the scope of this document, this document is not comprehensive with respect to the absorbable properties of these d

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ISO 7198:2016 specifies requirements for the evaluation of vascular prostheses and requirements with respect to nomenclature, design attributes and information supplied by the manufacturer, based upon current medical knowledge. Guidance for the development of in vitro test methods is included in an informative annex to ISO 7198:2016. It can be considered as a supplement to ISO 14630:2012, which specifies general requirements for the performance of non-active surgical implants.
NOTE          Due to the variations in the design of implants covered by ISO 7198 :2016 and, in some cases, due to the relatively recent development of some of these implants (e.g. bioabsorbable vascular prostheses, cell based tissue engineered vascular prostheses), acceptable standardized in vitro tests and clinical results are not always available. As further scientific and clinical data become available, appropriate revision of ISO 7198 :2016 will be necessary.
It is applicable to sterile tubular vascular grafts implanted by direct visualization surgical techniques as opposed to fluoroscopic or other non-direct imaging (e.g. computerized tomography or magnetic resonance imaging), intended to replace, bypass, or form shunts between segments of the vascular system in humans and vascular patches intended for repair and reconstruction of the vascular system.
Vascular prostheses that are made of synthetic textile materials and synthetic non-textile materials are within the scope of ISO 7198:2016.
While vascular prostheses that are made wholly or partly of materials of non-viable biological origin, including tissue engineered vascular prostheses are within the scope, ISO 7198:2016 does not address sourcing, harvesting, manufacturing and all testing requirements for biological materials. It is further noted that different regulatory requirements might exist for tissues from human and animal sources.
Compound, coated, composite, and externally reinforced vascular prostheses are within the scope of ISO 7198:2016.
Endovascular prostheses implanted using catheter delivery and non-direct visualization are excluded from the scope of ISO 7198:2016. It includes information on the development of appropriate test methods for graft materials, referenced in ISO 25539‑1 for materials used in the construction of endovascular prostheses (i.e. stent-grafts).
NOTE          Requirements for endovascular prostheses are specified in ISO 25539‑1.
The valve component of valved conduits constructed with a tubular vascular graft component, and the combination of the valved component and the tubular vascular graft component, are excluded from the scope of ISO 7198:2016. It can be helpful in identifying the appropriate evaluation of the tubular vascular graft component of a valved conduit but specific requirements and testing are not described for these devices.
Cardiac and pericardial patches, vascular stents, accessory devices such as anastomotic devices, staplers, tunnelers and sutures, and pledgets are excluded from the scope of ISO 7198:2016.
NOTE          Requirements for vascular stents are specified in ISO 25539‑2.
Requirements regarding cell seeding are excluded from the scope of ISO 7198:2016. Tissue engineered vascular prostheses that contain or are manufactured using cells present many distinct manufacturing (e.g. aseptic processing, cell seeding, etc.) and testing issues than those produced with synthetic or non-viable biological materials. The in vitro testing requirements that a

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ISO 25539-1:2017 specifies requirements for the evaluation of endovascular systems (prostheses and delivery systems) and requirements with respect to nomenclature, design attributes and information supplied by the manufacturer based upon current medical knowledge. Guidance for the development of in vitro test methods is included in an informative annex to this document. This document can be considered as a supplement to ISO 14630, which specifies general requirements for the performance of non-active surgical implants.
ISO 25539-1:2017 is applicable to endovascular systems used to treat aneurysms, stenoses or other vascular anomalies or pathologies (e.g. dissections, transections) or to create shunts between vessels [e.g. creation of transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunting (TIPS)]. Some of the requirements are specific to endovascular treatment of arterial aneurysms or stenoses. Although uses of endovascular systems other than treatment of arterial aneurysms or stenoses (e.g. dissections, transections, shunts) are within the scope of this document, the specific requirements and testing are not described. Similarly, specific prosthesis configurations (e.g. fenestrated, branched) are within the scope, but specific requirements and testing are not described for these devices.
ISO 25539-1:2017 is not applicable to vascular occluders, with the exception of contra-lateral iliac artery occluders when used as an integral part of aorto-uni-iliac endovascular prosthesis. Although contra-lateral iliac artery occluders when used as an integral part of aorto-uni-iliac endovascular prosthesis are within the scope of this document, specific requirements and testing are not described for these devices.
Balloons used to achieve adequate apposition of the prosthesis with the vessel wall or overlapping components are within the scope of this document, even if they are not integral to the endovascular system. This document provides requirements beyond the requirements of ISO 10555‑4, specific to the use of balloons with endovascular prostheses.
ISO 25539-1:2017 is not applicable to procedures and devices used prior to the introduction of the endovascular system, such as balloon angioplasty devices.
The valve component of valved conduits constructed with an endovascular prosthesis component and the combination of the valved component and the endovascular prosthesis component are excluded from the scope of this document. This document can be helpful in identifying the appropriate evaluation of the endovascular prosthesis component of a valved conduit, but specific requirements and testing are not described for these devices.
NOTE 1       Cardiac valved conduits are within the scope of ISO 5840‑1.
Pharmacological aspects of drug eluting or drug coated endovascular prostheses are not addressed in this document.
NOTE 2       Vascular device-drug combination products are within the scope of ISO 12417.
ISO 25539-1:2017 does not address the requirements for, and the evaluation of, viable tissues and non-viable biologic materials used in the construction of endovascular prostheses.
The requirements for, and the evaluation of, degradation and other time-dependant aspects of absorbable materials used in the construction of endovascular prostheses are not addressed in this document.
NOTE 3       Absorbable materials are within the scope of ISO/TS 17137 and ISO/TR 37137.

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This document defines minimum data sets for implants to facilitate recording and international exchange of data for the purposes of implant tracking systems. This data can also be used to support retrieval analysis and implant registry.
This document is applicable to the manufacturers and distributors of medical devices intended for implant via a surgical procedure and to those hospitals and other medical facilities which carry out implant or explant procedures. It specifies requirements for data items to be recorded by the manufacturers and distributors of implants and by hospitals and other medical facilities at both the time of implant event and at the time of any subsequent explant event.
This document is intended to define a minimum data set to be recorded for all implant and explant events, as well as providing for the timely retrieval of minimum implant data related to specific subsets of patients who have received specific identified devices or devices within a specified range of lot, batch or serial codes, for the purpose of patient follow up.
It is not the intent of this document to provide a means of data recovery which is related to specific medical practitioners, medical facilities or manufacturers for purposes other than patient follow up or product recall in the event of unforeseen device malfunction.

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ISO 14607:2018 specifies particular requirements for mammary implants.
With regard to safety, this document specifies requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacturing, packaging, sterilization, and information supplied by the manufacturer.

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2019-03-19 - JO: standard offered for citation but not cited because the amendement does not have any annex Z. TC contacted for follow-up action.

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2012-09-18 GVN: Draft for // vote received at ISO/CS (see notification in dataservice on 2012-09-18)

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ISO 14630:2012 specifies general requirements for non-active surgical implants. ISO 14630:2012 is not applicable to dental implants, dental restorative materials, transendodontic and transradicular implants, intra-ocular lenses and implants utilizing viable animal tissue.
With regard to safety, ISO 14630:2012 specifies requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacture, sterilization, packaging and information supplied by the manufacturer, and tests to demonstrate compliance with these requirements.

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ISO 25539-3:2011 specifies requirements for vena cava filters, based upon current medical knowledge. With regard to safety, it gives requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacturing, sterilization, packaging and information supplied by the manufacturer. ISO 25539-3:2011 supplements ISO 14630, which specifies general requirements for the performance of non-active surgical implants.
The following are within the scope of ISO 25539-3:2011:
        vena cava filters used to prevent pulmonary embolism by mechanical filtration in the inferior vena cava: while ISO 25539-3:2011 might be useful with respect to filters implanted in other venous locations (e.g. superior vena cava, iliac veins), it does not specifically address use of filters in other implantation sites;
       sheath/dilator kits, providing that they comprise an integral component of the access, delivery or retrieval/conversion of the vena cava filter.
       delivery systems, providing that they comprise an integral component of the deployment of the vena cava filter.
       optional filters that can be retrieved or converted, and permanent filters together with their associated endovascular systems: while ISO 25539-3:2011 might be useful with respect to the evaluation of repositioning filters after chronic implantation, it does not specifically address filter repositioning.
The following are outside the scope of ISO 25539-3:2011:
       temporary filters (e.g. tethered) that need to be removed after a defined period of time;
       coatings, surface modifications, and/or drugs;
       issues associated with viable tissues and non-viable biological materials;
       degradation and other time-dependent aspects of absorbable materials;
       procedures and devices (e.g. venous entry needle) used prior to the vena cava filter procedure.

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ISO 14602:2010 specifies particular requirements for non-active surgical Implants for osteosynthesis, referred to as implants.
In addition to ISO 14630, ISO 14602:2010 gives particular requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacturing, sterilization, packaging and information supplied by the manufacturer.

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ISO 7197:2006 specifies safety and performance requirements for sterile, single-use non-active hydrocephalus shunts and components. This includes the components used in shunts, like valves, tubes and reservoirs.
For manufacturing, ISO 7197:2006 defines the mechanical and technical requirements. This International Standard defines the technical information of the valve, to be given by the manufacturer. In respect to the different principles of the valve types, specific characteristics are defined for each group as declared by the manufacturer.
The benefit of ISO 7197:2006 for the surgeon and the patient is to understand the information given by the manufacturer and to obtain standardized information about the performance of a well working product with new design characteristics. The benefit for the manufacturer is to define the important requirements for shunts as a basis for investigations during development as well as for quality control during manufacture.

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ISO 21535:2007 provides specific requirements for hip joint replacement implants. With regard to safety, this International Standard specifies requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacture, sterilization, packaging, information supplied by the manufacturer, and methods of test.

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ISO 21536:2007 provides specific requirements for knee joint replacement implants. With regard to safety, this International Standard specifies requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacture, sterilization, packaging, information supplied by the manufacturer and methods of test.

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ISO 21534:2007 specifies particular requirements for total and partial joint replacement implants, artificial ligaments and bone cement, referred to as implants in the text. For the purposes of this International Standard, artificial ligaments and their associated fixing devices are included in the term "implant".
ISO 21534:2007 specifies requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacturing, sterilization, packaging and information to be supplied by the manufacturer.

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This Technical Report gives characteristics of medical devices that are injectable implants, such as lifetime, migration, displacement, unintended degradation, impurity, infections, bio-incompatibility and clinical incompatibility.
Pharmaceuticals, e.g. Botulinum-toxin, are not covered by the present document.

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ISO 7197:2006 specifies safety and performance requirements for sterile, single-use non-active hydrocephalus shunts and components. This includes the components used in shunts, like valves, tubes and reservoirs.
For manufacturing, ISO 7197:2006 defines the mechanical and technical requirements. This International Standard defines the technical information of the valve, to be given by the manufacturer. In respect to the different principles of the valve types, specific characteristics are defined for each group as declared by the manufacturer.
The benefit of ISO 7197:2006 for the surgeon and the patient is to understand the information given by the manufacturer and to obtain standardized information about the performance of a well working product with new design characteristics. The benefit for the manufacturer is to define the important requirements for shunts as a basis for investigations during development as well as for quality control during manufacture.

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This document specifies requirements for hip-joint replacement implants. With regard to safety, this document specifies requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacture, sterilization, packaging, information supplied by the manufacturer and methods of test.
This document applies to both total and partial hip joint replacement implants. It applies to components made of metallic and non-metallic materials.
This document applies to a wide variety of hip replacement implants, but for some specific hip replacement implant types, some considerations, not specifically covered in this document, can be applicable. Further details are given in 7.2.1.2.
The requirements which are specified in this document are not intended to require the re-design or re-testing of implants which have been legally marketed and for which there is a history of sufficient and safe clinical use. For such implants, compliance with this document can be demonstrated by providing evidence of the implant’s sufficient and safe clinical use.

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This document specifies requirements for knee-joint replacement implants. Regarding safety, this document specifies requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacture, sterilization, packaging, information supplied by the manufacturer and methods of test.
This document applies to both total and partial knee joint replacement implants. It applies to these replacements both with and without the replacement of the patella-femoral joint. It applies to components made of metallic and non-metallic materials.
This document applies to a wide variety of knee replacement implants, but for some specific knee replacement implant types, some considerations, not specifically covered in this document, can be applicable. Further details are given in 7.2.1.2.
The requirements which are specified in this document are not intended to require the re-design or re-testing of implants which have been legally marketed and for which there is a history of sufficient and safe clinical use. For such implants, compliance with this document can be demonstrated by providing evidence of the implant’s sufficient and safe clinical use.

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ISO 5832-7:2016 specifies the characteristics of, and corresponding test methods for, forgeable and cold-formed cobalt-chromium-nickel-molybdenum-iron alloy for use in the manufacture of surgical implants.

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ISO 5832-1:2016 specifies the characteristics of, and corresponding test methods for, wrought stainless steel for use in the manufacture of surgical implants.
NOTE 1       The mechanical properties of a sample obtained from a finished product made of this alloy can differ from those specified in this part of ISO 5832.
NOTE 2       The alloy described in this part of ISO 5832 corresponds to UNS S31673 referred to in ASTM F138/ASTM F139 and to alloy code 1.4441 given in the withdrawn DIN 17443.

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ISO 12417-1:2015 specifies requirements for vascular device-drug combination products (VDDCPs) based upon current technical and medical knowledge. VDDCPs are medical devices with various clinical indications for use in the human vascular blood system. A VDDCP incorporates, as an integral part, substance(s) which, if used separately, can be considered to be a medicinal substance or product (drug substance, drug product) but the action of the medicinal substance is ancillary to that of the device and supports the primary mode of action (PMOA) of the device. With regard to safety, this part of ISO 12417 outlines requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacturing, sterilization, packaging, and information supplied by the manufacturer. For implanted products, this International Standard should be considered as a supplement to ISO 14630, which specifies general requirements for the performance of non-active surgical implants. This International Standard should also be considered as a supplement to relevant device-specific standards, such as the ISO 25539‑series specifying requirements for endovascular devices. Requirements listed in this part of ISO 12417 also address VDDCPs that are not permanent implants.
NOTE          Due to variations in the design of combination products covered by this part of ISO 12417 and due to the relatively recent development of some of these combination products, acceptable standardized in vitro test results and clinical study results are not always available. As further scientific and clinical data become available, appropriate revision of this part of ISO 12417 might be necessary.
Delivery systems or parts of the delivery system are included in the scope of this part of ISO 12417, if they comprise an integral component of the vascular device and if they are drug-covered (e.g. drug-covered balloon catheters and drug-covered guidewires).
Devices whose PMOA is to provide a conduit for delivery of a drug, are excluded from the scope of this part of ISO 12417 (e.g. infusion catheters), unless they contain a drug component that is intended to have an ancillary action to the device part (e.g. antimicrobial coated infusion catheter).
Procedures and devices used prior to and following the introduction of the VDDCP (e.g. balloon angioplasty devices) are excluded from the scope of this part of ISO 12417 if they do not affect the drug-related aspects of the device.
ISO 12417-1:2015 is not comprehensive with respect to the pharmacological evaluation of VDDCPs. Some information on the requirements of different national and regional authorities is given in Annex B.
Absorbable components of VDDCPs (e.g. coatings) are addressed by this part of ISO 12417 in their connection with drug-related aspects of the device. Degradation and other time-dependent aspects of absorbable implants and coatings are not completely addressed by this part of ISO 12417.
NOTE          See also ISO/TS 17137 and ASTM F3036-13.
ISO 12417-1:2015 does not address issues associated with viable or non-viable biological materials such as tissues, cells, or proteins.
ISO 12417-1:2015 does not address issues associated with active surgical implants (i.e. implants that require power not generated by the human body or gravity).

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ISO 7439:2015 specifies requirements and tests for single-use, copper-bearing contraceptive intrauterine devices (IUDs) and their insertion instruments.
It is not applicable to IUDs consisting only of a plastics body or whose primary purpose is to release progestogens.

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This part of ISO 5832 specifies the characteristics of, and corresponding test methods for, wrought cobalt-nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy for use in the manufacture of surgical implants.
NOTE - The mechanical properties of a Sample obtained from a finished product made of this alloy may not necessarily
comply with the specifications given in this part of ISO 5832.

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ISO 9713:2002 describes characteristics of self-closing aneurysm clips intended for permanent intracranial implantation and specifies requirements for marking, packaging, sterilization and for labelling and accompanying documentation. In addition it gives a method for the measurement of closing force.
ISO 9713:2002 is not applicable to malleable clips, or clips intended to be used during the course of surgery and removed before wound closure (temporary clips).

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ISO 16061:2015 specifies general requirements for instruments to be used in association with non-active surgical implants. These requirements apply to instruments when they are manufactured and when they are resupplied after refurbishment.
This International Standard also applies to instruments which may be connected to power-driven systems, but does not apply to the power-driven systems themselves.
With regard to safety, this International Standard gives requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacture, sterilization, packaging, and information supplied by the manufacturer.
This International Standard is not applicable to instruments associated with dental implants, transendodontic and transradicular implants, and ophthalmic implants.

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ISO 5840-1:2015 is applicable to heart valve substitutes intended for human implantation and provides general requirements. Subsequent parts of the ISO 5840?series provide specific requirements.
ISO 5840-1:2015 is applicable to both newly developed and modified heart valve substitutes and to the accessories, packaging, and labelling required for their implantation and for determining the appropriate size of the heart valve substitute to be implanted.
ISO 5840-1:2015 outlines an approach for qualifying the design and manufacture of a heart valve substitute through risk management. The selection of appropriate qualification tests and methods are derived from the risk assessment. The tests may include those to assess the physical, chemical, biological, and mechanical properties of heart valve substitutes and of their materials and components. The tests may also include those for preclinical in vivo evaluation and clinical evaluation of the finished heart valve substitute.
ISO 5840-1:2015 defines operational conditions for heart valve substitutes.
ISO 5840-1:2015 excludes homografts.
NOTE A rationale for the provisions of this part of ISO 5840 is given in Annex A.

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ISO 5840-2:2015 is applicable to heart valve substitutes intended for implantation in human hearts, generally requiring cardiopulmonary bypass and generally with direct visualization.
ISO 5840-2:2015 is applicable to both newly developed and modified surgical heart valve substitutes and to the accessories, packaging, and labelling required for their implantation and for determining the appropriate size of the surgical heart valve substitute to be implanted.
ISO 5840-2:2015 outlines an approach for qualifying the design and manufacture of a surgical heart valve substitute through risk management. The selection of appropriate qualification tests and methods are derived from the risk assessment. The tests may include those to assess the physical, chemical, biological, and mechanical properties of surgical heart valve substitutes and of their materials and components. The tests may also include those for pre-clinical in vivo evaluation and clinical evaluation of the finished surgical heart valve substitute.
ISO 5840-2:2015 defines performance requirements for surgical heart valve substitutes where adequate scientific and/or clinical evidence exists for their justification.
For novel surgical heart valve substitutes, e.g. sutureless, the requirements of both this International Standard and ISO 5840‑3 might be relevant and shall be considered as applicable to the specific device design and shall be based on the results of the risk analysis.
ISO 5840-2:2015 excludes heart valve substitutes designed for implantation in artificial hearts or heart assist devices.
ISO 5840-2:2015 excludes homografts.

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ISO 5840-3:2013 outlines an approach for verifying/validating the design and manufacture of a transcatheter heart valve substitute through risk management. The selection of appropriate verification/validation tests and methods are to be derived from the risk assessment. The tests may include those to assess the physical, chemical, biological and mechanical properties of heart valve substitutes and of their materials and components. The tests can also include those for preclinical in vivo evaluation and clinical evaluation of the finished heart valve substitute.
ISO 5840-3:2013 defines operational conditions and performance requirements for transcatheter heart valve substitutes where adequate scientific and/or clinical evidence exists for their justification.
ISO 5840-3:2013 is applicable to all devices intended for implantation in human hearts as a transcatheter heart valve substitute.
ISO 5840-3:2013 is applicable to both newly developed and modified transcatheter heart valve substitutes and to the accessory devices, packaging and labelling required for their implantation and for determining the appropriate size of heart valve substitute to be implanted.

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2011-12-06 EMA: Draft for // vote received in ISO/CS (see notification of 2011-12-02 in dataservice).
MINOR REVISION      MINOR REVISION       MINOR REVISION       MINOR REVISION      MINOR REVISION

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This international standard defines minimum data sets to facilitate recording and international exchange of data for the purposes of registry and tracking systems and for retrieval analysis. Minimum data collection requirements are specified for the purpose of implant tracking to allow recall for product correction or patient follow up in the event of unforeseen device malfunction. The minimum data set also fulfils the core data requirements to allow cross referencing between extended data sets for the purposes of retrieval analysis and research.
This international standard is applicable to the manufacturers and distributors of permanently implantable medical devices and to those hospitals and other medical facilities which carry out implant procedures. It specifies requirements for data items to be recorded by the manufacturers and distributors of permanently implantable medical devices and by hospitals and other medical facilities at both the time of implant and at the time of any subsequent explant procedure.
It is intended that this International Standard provide for the capture of a defined minimum data set for all implant and explant events. This International Standard provides for the timely retrieval of minimum  implants data related to specific subsets of patients who have received specific identified devices or devices within a specified range of lot, batch or serial numbers, for the purpose of patient follow up.
It is not the intent of this International Standard to provide a means of data recovery which is related to specific medical practioners, medical facilities or manufacturers for purposes other than patient follow up

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ISO 14607:2007 specifies particular requirements for mammary implants for clinical practice.
With regard to safety, ISO 14607:2007 specifies requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacturing, sterilization, packaging and information supplied by the manufacturer.

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2011-01-24 EMA: corrigendum in order to add that EN ISO 25539 Parts 1 supersede EN 12006-3 (following resolution 439 taken on 2011-01-10).

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