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CSA - CAN/CSA-Z23747-08

Anaesthetic and respiratory equipment - Peak expiratory flow meters for the assessment of pulmonary function in spontaneously breathing humans

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Organization: CSA
Publication Date: 1 August 2008
Status: inactive
Page Count: 43
ICS Code (Anaesthetic, respiratory and reanimation equipment): 11.040.10
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This International Standard specifies requirements for peak expiratory flow meters (PEFMs) intended for the assessment of pulmonary function in spontaneously breathing humans.

This International Standard covers all devices that measure peak expiratory flowrate in spontaneously breathing humans either as part of an integrated lung function device or as a stand-alone device.

Planning and design of products applying to this International Standard should consider the environmental impact from the product during its life cycle. Environmental aspects are addressed in Annex E.

NOTE Additional aspects of environmental impact are addressed in ISO 14971.

Document History

January 1, 2018
Anaesthetic and respiratory equipment - Peak expiratory flow meters for the assessment of pulmonary function in spontaneously breathing humans
This International Standard specifies requirements for a peak expiratory flow meter (pefm) intended for the assessment of pulmonary function in spontaneously breathing humans. This International...
CAN/CSA-Z23747-08
August 1, 2008
Anaesthetic and respiratory equipment - Peak expiratory flow meters for the assessment of pulmonary function in spontaneously breathing humans
This International Standard specifies requirements for peak expiratory flow meters (PEFMs) intended for the assessment of pulmonary function in spontaneously breathing humans. This International...
August 1, 2008
Anaesthetic and respiratory equipment — Peak expiratory flow meters for the assessment of pulmonary function in spontaneously breathing humans
This International Standard specifies requirements for peak expiratory flow meters (PEFMs) intended for the assessment of pulmonary function in spontaneously breathing humans. This International...

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