BS 5213:1975 - Specification for medical specimen containers for microbiology

BS 5213:1975

Specification for medical specimen containers for microbiology

Status : Withdrawn   Published : April 1975

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Requirements for containers with caps for the collection and transit of specimens for examination.




Standard NumberBS 5213:1975
TitleSpecification for medical specimen containers for microbiology
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date30 April 1975
Confirm Date01 January 2003
Withdrawn Date01 July 2007
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Draft Superseded By73/61745 DC
DescriptorsMedical specimens, Containers, Medical equipment, Clinical laboratory equipment, Medical laboratory equipment, Microbiological analysis, Microbiology, Sterile equipment, Corrosion resistance, Freezing tests, Size, Volume, Shape, Labels, Marking, Caps (closures), Performance testing, Sterilization (hygiene), Leak tests
ICS07.100.10
55.100
Title in FrenchRecipients d'echantillons medicaux pour microbiologie. Specification
Title in GermanMedizinische Probenbehaelter fuer die Mikrobiologie. Spezifikation
CommitteeCH/212
ISBN0 580 08773 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages12
File Size307.9 KB
NotesThis standard has been withdrawn as the scope is covered in BS EN 14254:2004. BS 5213 fails to show any relationship with the ER's of Directive 98/79/EC and is outdated.
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