BS 1695-1:1986 - Urological catheters. Specification for sterile, single-use urethral catheters of the Nélaton and Foley types

BS 1695-1:1986

Urological catheters. Specification for sterile, single-use urethral catheters of the Nélaton and Foley types

Status : Revised, Withdrawn   Published : July 1986 Replaced By : BS 1695-1:1990

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Dimensional and performance requirements for urethral catheters of sizes from 8 Ch (2.66 mm) to 30 Ch (10 mm).




Standard NumberBS 1695-1:1986
TitleUrological catheters. Specification for sterile, single-use urethral catheters of the Nélaton and Foley types
StatusRevised, Withdrawn
Publication Date31 July 1986
Withdrawn Date28 September 1990
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
Replaced ByBS 1695-1:1990
ReplacesBS 1695:1981
DescriptorsUrinary system, Volume, Performance, Tubing (medical), Disposable, Catheters, Cannulas, Leak tests, Packaging, Design, Marking, Medical instruments, Test equipment, Mechanical testing, Dimensions, Performance testing, Flow measurement, Testing conditions, Sterile equipment, Flow rates, Size classification, Dimensional measurement
ICS11.040.25
Title in FrenchCathéters urologiques. Cathéters urétraux stériles non réutilisables des types Nélaton et Foley - spécifications
Title in GermanUrologische Katheter. Sterile Einmalblasenkatheter nach Nélaton und Foley
CommitteeCH/84
ISBN0 580 15078 X
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
File Size0 KB
Price£182.00


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