Standard Svensk standard · SS-EN ISO 10993-15:2009

Biologisk värdering av medicintekniska produkter - Del 15: Identifiering och kvantifiering av nedbrytningsprodukter från metaller och legeringar (ISO 10993-15:2000)

Status: Gällande

Omfattning
This part of ISO 10993 provides guidance on general requirements for the design of tests for identifying and quantifying degradation products from finished metallic medical devices or corresponding material samples finished as ready for clinical use. It is applicable only to those degradation products generated by chemical alteration of the finished metallic device in an in vitro accelerated degradation test. Because of the accelerated nature of these tests, the test results may not reflect the implant or material behavior in the body. The described chemical methodologies are a means to generate degradation products forfurtherassessments.

This part of ISO 10993 is not applicable to degradation products induced by applied mechanical stress.

NOTE Mechanically induced degradation, such as wear, may be covered in the appropriate product-specific standard. Where product-group standards provide applicable product-specific methodologies for the identification and quantification of degradation products, thosestandards should be considered.

Because of the wide range of metallic materials used in medical devices, no specific analytical techniques are identified for quantifying the degradation products. The identification of trace elements (

This part of ISO 10993 does not address the biological activity of the degradation products; see instead the applicable clauses of ISO 10993-1 and ISO10993-17.

Ämnesområden

Biologisk värdering av medicintekniska produkter (11.100.20)


Produktinformation

Språk: Engelska

Framtagen av: Biologisk säkerhet, SIS/TK 340/AG 02

Internationell titel: Biological evaluation of medical devices - Part 15: Identification and quantification of degradation products from metals and alloys (ISO 10993-15:2000)

Artikelnummer: STD-70080

Utgåva: 2

Fastställd: 2009-06-22

Antal sidor: 28

Ersätter: SS-EN ISO 10993-15