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AS ISO 10651.3-2004 lung ventilators for medical use - particular requirements for emergency and transport ventilators

Standard Number:  AS ISO 10651.3-2004
Title:  lung ventilators for medical use - particular requirements for emergency and transport ventilators
Language:  English
Replacing Standard:  DR 03505 CP

Publication Date:  2004/5/3
Status:  Current
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:28P.;A4  

Description:Specifies requirements for portable lung ventilators designed for use in emergency situations and transport (e.g. by ambulance or rescue personnel). Also applicable to devices permanently mounted in ambulances or aircraft. Identical with and reproduced f  
Catalog:Section 1: General
1.1 Scope
1.2 Normative references
1.3 Definitions
1.4 General requirements
1.5 General requirements for tests
1.6 Classification
1.7 Identification
1.8 Power input
Section 2: Environmental conditions
2.1 Basic safety categories
2.2 Removable protective means
2.3 Environmental conditions
Section 3: Protection against electric shock hazards
3.1 General
3.2 Requirements related to classification
3.3 Limitation of voltage and/or energy
3.4 Enclosures and protective covers
3.5 Separation
3.6 Protective earthing, functional earthing and
potential equalization
3.8 Dielectric strength
Section 4: Protection against mechanical hazards
4.1 Mechanical strength
4.2 Moving parts
4.3 Surfaces, corners and edges
4.4 Stability in normal use
4.5 Expelled parts
4.6 Vibration and noise
4.7 Pneumatic and hydraulic power
4.8 Suspended masses
Section 5: Protection against hazards from unwanted
or excessive radiation
5.1 X-radiation
5.2 Alpha, beta, gamma, neutron radiation and other
particle radiation
5.3 Microwave radiation
5.4 Light radiation (including lasers)
5.5 Infrared radiation
5.6 Ultraviolet radiation
5.7 Acoustical energy (including ultrasonics)
5.8 Electromagnetic compatibility
Section 6: Protection against hazards of ignition of
flammable anaesthetic mixtures
6.1 Locations and basic requirements
6.2 Marking, accompanying documents
6.3 Common requirements for category AP and category
APG equipment
6.4 Requirements and tests for category APG equipment,
parts and components thereof
Section 7: Protection against excessive temperatures
and other safety hazards
7.1 Excessive temperatures
7.2 Fire prevention
7.3 Overflow, spillage, leakage, humidity, ingress of
liquids, cleaning, sterilization and disinfection
7.4 Pressure vessels and parts subject to pressure
7.5 Human errors
7.6 Electrostatic charges
7.7 Materials in applied parts in contact with the
body of the patient
7.8 Interruption of the power supply
Section 8: Accuracy of operating data and protection
against hazardous output
8.1 Accuracy of operating data
8.2 Protection against hazardous output
Section 9: Abnormal operation and fault conditions;
environmental tests
9.1 Abnormal operation and fault conditions
9.2 Environmental tests
Section 10: Constructional requirements
10.1 General
10.2 Enclosures and covers
10.3 Components and general assembly
10.4 Mains parts, components and layout
10.5 Protective earthing - Terminals and connections
10.6 Construction and layout
Annexes  
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