Medical suction equipment - Part 3: Suction equipment powered from a vacuum or positive pressure gas source (ISO 10079-3:2014)

This part of ISO 10079 specifies safety and performance requirements for medical suction equipment powered from a vacuum or positive pressure gas source generating venturi suction. It applies to equipment connected to medical gas pipeline systems or cylinders and venturi attachments. Annex D illustrates the three parts of ISO 10079 by providing a schematic for typical systems. The equipment can be stand-alone or part of an integrated system. Additional requirements for suction equipment intended for field and/or transport use are included in this part of ISO 10079. This part of ISO 10079 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-piece such as suction catheters, Yankauer sucker and suction tips; c) syringes; d) dental suction equipment; e) anaesthetic gas scavenging systems; f) laboratory suction; g) autotransfusion systems; h) closed systems for wound drainage;i) mucus extractors, including neonatal mucus extractors; j) ventouse (obstetric) equipment; k) breast pumps; l) liposuction; m) uterine aspiration; n) plume evacuation systems.
SKU: CYS EN ISO 10079-3:2014
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This part of ISO 10079 specifies safety and performance requirements for medical suction equipment powered from a vacuum or positive pressure gas source generating venturi suction. It applies to equipment connected to medical gas pipeline systems or cylinders and venturi attachments. Annex D illustrates the three parts of ISO 10079 by providing a schematic for typical systems. The equipment can be stand-alone or part of an integrated system. Additional requirements for suction equipment intended for field and/or transport use are included in this part of ISO 10079. This part of ISO 10079 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-piece such as suction catheters, Yankauer sucker and suction tips; c) syringes; d) dental suction equipment; e) anaesthetic gas scavenging systems; f) laboratory suction; g) autotransfusion systems; h) closed systems for wound drainage;i) mucus extractors, including neonatal mucus extractors; j) ventouse (obstetric) equipment; k) breast pumps; l) liposuction; m) uterine aspiration; n) plume evacuation systems.