This document specifies the properties and performance of sterile single-use hypodermic syringes with an auto-disable syringe feature intended to deliver a fixed dose of vaccine immediately after filling. The syringes can be made of plastic, rubber or other materials and can be with or without needle and needle protection feature. This document does not specify the design of the auto-disable syringe feature. This document is not applicable to syringes for use with insulin (covered by ISO 8537), syringes for use with power-driven syringe pumps (covered by ISO 7886-2), reuse prevention syringes (covered by ISO 7886-4) or syringes designed to be prefilled (covered by the ISO 11040 series). It does not address compatibility with injection fluids/vaccines.

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This document specifies requirements for sterile single-use hypodermic syringes of nominal capacity 1 ml and above, made of plastic materials and intended for use with power-driven syringe pumps. This document does not apply to syringes with auto-disable syringe features (ISO 7886-3[2]), syringes for use with insulin (ISO 8537[3]), single-use syringes made of glass, syringes prefilled with the injection by the manufacturer and syringes supplied with the injection as a kit for filling by a pharmacist. It does not address compatibility with injection fluids.

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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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This document specifies requirements for reusable 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. This document is applicable to 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 single use sharps containers (refer to ISO 23907-1 for such containers). This document includes design functionality for user safety, lifespan simulation, cleaning and decontamination, microbiological validation, quality monitoring and performance testing.

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This document provides guidance for assessment and evaluation of planned changes to drug delivery systems that are integral with, packaged with, or cross-labelled for use with a specified medicinal product. This document is applicable to the drug delivery system's lifecycle from registration clinical studies to end-of-life. This document is applicable to the assessment of changes within the following drug delivery systems: — needle-based injection systems for medical use; — aerosol drug delivery devices; — needle-free injectors for medical use. NOTE These are covered by the ISO 11608 series, ISO 20072 and ISO 21649, respectively. This document might also be useful for assessing and evaluate changes to other drug delivery devices or systems. Examples of changes that are within the scope of this document include but are not limited to the following: a) the same route of administration (e.g. change resulting in including a marketed prefilled syringe to an autoinjector); b) changes to the drug delivery system design (e.g. change in configuration or layout of electrical and mechanical components); c) changes to the medicinal product that affect the drug delivery system; including the primary container closure (e.g. viscosity, particle size); d) changes in production or handling of the drug delivery system (e.g. process scale, manual to automated assembly, glue bond to sonic weld, mould cavitation, sterilization, storage, transportation, work instructions or methods); e) changes in component materials or source of supply; f) changes in software, including changes related to cybersecurity, encryption and connectivity; g) changes in the user interface, including packaging; h) changes to labelling and/or instructions for use. Revisions or additions of software are within the scope of this document. The software can either be integrated into the physical drug delivery system, separate, or both. The applicability of this document to non-integrated software is relevant to the extent that those software changes can impact the drug delivery system and/or impact how users interact with it. Depending on the nature of the change, there can be additional assessments and resulting activities, which can be outside the scope of this document. This document does not provide guidance for defining the objective of the change, nor the various potential opportunities/options for fulfilling this objective.

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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 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 general requirements and test methods for catheter systems intended to be used in neuraxial applications. This document specifies requirements for intended performance, design attributes, materials, design evaluation, manufacture, sterilization, packaging and information supplied by the manufacturer, and tests to demonstrate conformity with these requirements. Catheters for neuraxial applications are intended to administer medications directly into neuraxial sites, to deliver wound infiltration analgesia and to other regional analgesia procedures or to monitor or remove fluids from neuraxial sites for therapeutic or diagnostic purposes. NOTE 1 Sites for the neuraxial application include the spine, intrathecal or subarachnoid space and the epi-, extra-, or peri-dural space (applications mentioned are just examples and not an exhaustive list). In neuraxial application, anaesthetics/analgesics can be administered regionally affecting a large part of the body, such as a limb, and include plexus blocks, such as the brachial plexus blocks or single nerve blocks. Neuraxial application procedures include continuous infusion of wounds with local anaesthetic agents. NOTE 2 Local anaesthesia/analgesia injected hypodermically and systemic injection of anaesthetics are not considered neuraxial applications. This document is applicable to the following types of devices: — spinal/epidural catheter systems; — spinal/epidural port catheter systems; — peripheral nerve block catheter systems; — wound infusion catheter systems (also known as catheters for Surgical Site Continuous Analgesia). This document is not applicable to: — pumps and other devices intended to deliver medications through these catheter systems; — catheters generically intended to administer substances into the body which are not intended to interact directly with the nervous system, but which have an indirect effect on nervous system (e.g. cannula needles); — drainage catheters for any other application than neuraxial.

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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 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 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 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 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 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 11608-1:2014 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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ISO/TR 19244:2014 outlines the recommended transition plans for all the TC 84 standards: Needle-based Injection systems; Sharps Injury Protection; Sharps Containers, Aerosol Drug Delivery Devices; Needle-free injection systems; Syringes; Needles; Intravascular Catheters and Ports.

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ISO 10555-4:2013 specifies requirements for balloon dilatation catheters supplied in the sterile condition, and intended for single use.

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ISO 10555-5:2013 specifies requirements for over-needle peripheral intravascular catheters, intended for accessing the peripheral vascular system, supplied in the sterile condition and intended for single use.

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ISO 10555-1:2013 specifies general requirements for intravascular catheters, supplied in the sterile condition and intended for single use, for any application.

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ISO 10555-3:2013 specifies requirements for central venous catheters supplied in the sterile condition, and intended for single use.

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ISO 11608-5:2012 specifies requirements and test methods for the automated functions of needle-based injection systems with automated functions (NIS-AUTO), for the administration of medicinal products in humans.

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This part of ISO 11608 specifies the functional and design considerations for containers to be used with needle-based injection systems (NIS) that fulfil the specifications of ISO 11608-1. It is applicable to single and multi-dose containers (either filled by the manufacturer or by the end-user) which can be provided to the enduser integrated in the NIS or assembled with the NIS at the time of use. This part of ISO 11608 includes specifications and test methods to describe and evaluate cartridges for use in NIS with pen needles (as defined in ISO 11608-2) and outlines design considerations for other potential containers, including syringes to be used with a NIS. This part of ISO 11608 is not applicable to cartridges intended for dental use. Syringes and needles that are sold separately and not intended for use in a NIS are outside the scope of this part of ISO 11608. NOTE See ISO 7864 (needles), ISO 8537 (insulin syringes) and ISO 7886-1 (manual syringes).

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ISO 11608-2:2012 specifies requirements and test methods for single-use, double-ended, sterile needles for needle-based injection systems (NISs) that fulfil the specifications of ISO 11608-1.

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ISO 23908:2011 gives requirements and test methods for evaluating the performance parameters of sharps injury protection features, whether active or passive in design, for medical devices containing (sharp) hypodermic needles for single use, introducers for catheters and lancets, and other needles used in blood sampling. The sharps injury protection devices it covers may be provided integral to the device or combined with the device prior to use to achieve the sharps injury protection. It does not give requirements for the storage and handling of the sharps protection before its intended use, or for the medical device itself.

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ISO 20072:2009 applies to the design, labelling, instructions for use and testing requirements for hand-held single- and multi-use aerosol drug delivery devices (ADDDs) intended to deliver a metered or pre-metered aerosolized medication to or by means of the human respiratory tract (including nasal, oral, tracheal, bronchial and alveolar sites). This International Standard applies to both refillable and disposable devices intended for personal use. ISO 20072:2009 is intended for device design verification and not for drug product quality assessment. The objective of this International Standard is to verify, by laboratory (in-vitro) testing, that the ADDD design consistently meets the manufacturer's design specification by satisfying a device functionality profile and system verification test both of which are determined from a risk assessment and evaluated in accordance with the instructions for use.

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ISO 21649:2006 applies to safety and performance and testing requirements for single-use and multiple-use needle-free injection systems intended for human use in clinics and other medical settings and for personal use by patients. The dose chamber of the injection system is often disposable and intended to be replaced after either a single use or a limited number of uses. It is sometimes separable from the injection mechanism and often termed a "cartridge", "ampoule", "syringe", "capsule" or "disc". In contrast, the dose chamber also may be a permanent internal chamber designed to last through the claimed life of the device.

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ISO 11608-4:2006 specifies requirements and test methods for electromechanically driven injectors intended to be used with needles and with replaceable or non-replaceable cartridges. The injector may be for single-use or multiple-use. The injector system is intended to deliver medication to an end-user by self-administration or with assistance.

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This International Standard specifies requirements for obturators, supplied in the sterile condition and intended for single use for plugging over-needle peripheral catheters. NOTE Attention is drawn to ISO 10555-5, which specifies requirements for over-needle peripheral catheters.

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ISO/PAS 18761:2013 covers requirements for risk assessment on mucocutaneous blood and bodily fluid exposure in relation to the handling of medical devices for the administration of medicinal products covered by the scope of ISO/TC 84.

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ISO 23907:2012 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 sharps containers that are supplied complete by the manufacturer and those that are supplied as components intended to be assembled by the user.

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ISO 8537:2007 specifies requirements and test methods for sterile syringes, with or without needles, solely for the injection of insulin. The syringes are single-use only, primarily for use in humans. It covers syringes for use with 40 units of insulin/ml (U-40) and 100 units of insulin/ml (U-100). Sterile syringes specified in ISO 8537:2007 are intended for use soon after filling as they are not suitable for containing insulin over extended periods of time.

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ISO 7886-4:2006 specifies requirements for sterile single-use hypodermic syringes made of plastic 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. ISO 7886-4:2006 is not applicable to syringes made of glass (specified in ISO 595), 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 ISO 7886-4:2006. NOTE Syringes designed to reduce the risk of needlestick injuries can also comply with ISO 7886-4:2006 with regard to their re-use prevention properties, but it is stressed that anti-needlestick properties of syringes are not in themselves addressed in ISO 7886-4:2006.

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ISO 7886-3:2005 specifies the properties and performance of sterile single-use hypodermic syringes with or without needle, made of plastic materials and stainless steel and intended for the aspiration of vaccines or for the injection of vaccines immediately after filling. Upon delivering a fixed dose of vaccine the syringe is automatically rendered unusable. ISO 7886-3:2005 does not specify the design of the auto-disable feature, which is left to the discretion of the manufacturer ISO 7886-3:2005 is not applicable to syringes for use with insulin (specified in ISO 8537), syringes made of glass (specified in ISO 595), syringes for use with power-driven syringe pumps (specified in ISO 7886-2), auto-disable syringes for variable dose delivery and syringes designed to be prefilled. It does not address compatibility with injection fluids/vaccines.

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