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ASTM F1026

Standard Specification for General Workmanship and Performance Measurements of Hemostatic Forceps

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Organization: ASTM
Publication Date: 26 September 1986
Status: active
Page Count: 2
ICS Code (Surgical instruments and materials): 11.040.30
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This specification covers general workmanship aspects of hemostatic forceps fabricated from stainless steel and intended for reuse in surgery.

Document History

ASTM F1026
September 26, 1986
Standard Specification for General Workmanship and Performance Measurements of Hemostatic Forceps
This specification covers general workmanship aspects of hemostatic forceps fabricated from stainless steel and intended for reuse in surgery.
September 26, 1986
Standard Specification for General Workmanship and Performance Measurements of Hemostatic Forceps
1. Scope 1.1 This specification covers general workmanship aspects of hemostatic forceps fabricated from stainless steel and intended for reuse in surgery.
September 26, 1986
Standard Specification for General Workmanship and Performance Measurements of Hemostatic Forceps
This specification covers general workmanship aspects of hemostatic forceps fabricated from stainless steel and intended for reuse in surgery.
September 26, 1986
Standard Specification for General Workmanship and Performance Measurements of Hemostatic Forceps
This specification covers general workmanship aspects of hemostatic forceps fabricated from stainless steel and intended for reuse in surgery.
September 26, 1986
Standard Specification for General Workmanship and Performance Measurements of Hemostatic Forceps
This specification covers general workmanship aspects of hemostatic forceps fabricated from stainless steel and intended for reuse in surgery.

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