CSA - Z310.7-M91/Z310.17-M91
Orthopaedic Implant Standards
|Publication Date:||1 September 1991|
This Is the first edition of the following CSA Standards:
CAN/CSA-Z3 1 0.7-M91, Implants for Surgery - Metallic Materials - Part II: Unalloyed Titanium;
CAN/CSA-Z310.8-M9I, Implants for Surgery - Metallic Materials - Port III: Wrought Titanium 6-Aluminum 4-Vanadium Alloy;
CAN/CSA-Z310.9-M91, Implants for Surgery - Metallic Materials - Part IV: Cobalt-Chromium-Moly
CAN/CSA-Z310.1S-M91 (ISO 7207/1 -198S), Implants for Surgery - Partial and Total Knee Joint Prostheses - Part 1: Classification, Definitions and Designation of Dimensions;
Deviations to the original ISO requirements are presented in the pages preceding the bulk of these Standards and constitute what are considered to be the Canadian deviations. These deviations reflect a general updating of the original ISO texts. North American practices that differ from those suggested by ISO, and Canadian health and safety concerns.
These Standards were prepared by the CSA Technical Committee on Orthopaedic Implants and were formally approved by this committee and the Standards Steering Committee on Health Care Technology. They have been approved as National Standards of Canada by the Standards Council of Canada.
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