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Rubber condoms — Part 1: Requirements — Condoms in consumer packages
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 1: Requirements
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 2: Determination of length
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 2: Determination of length
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 3: Determination of width
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 3: Determination of width
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 4: Determination of colour fastness
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 5: Testing for holes
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 5: Testing for holes
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 5: Testing for holes — Water leak test
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 6: Determination of bursting volume and pressure
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 6: Determination of bursting volume and pressure
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 6: Determination of bursting volume and pressure
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 7: Determination of resistance to deterioration during storage
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 7: Oven conditioning
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 8: Determination of mass
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 9: Determination of tensile properties
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 9: Determination of tensile properties
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 10: Packaging and labelling
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 10: Packaging and labelling — Condoms in consumer packages
95.99
Rubber condoms — Part 12: Storage
95.99
Natural latex rubber condoms — Requirements and test methods
95.99
Natural latex rubber condoms — Requirements and test methods — Technical Corrigendum 1
95.99
Natural latex rubber condoms — Requirements and test methods — Technical Corrigendum 2
95.99
Natural rubber latex male condoms — Requirements and test methods
95.99
Natural rubber latex male condoms — Requirements and test methods
90.92
Natural rubber latex male condoms — Requirements and test methods
10.99
Copper-bearing intra-uterine contraceptive devices — Requirements, tests
95.99
Mechanical contraceptives — Intra-uterine devices
95.99
Copper-bearing contraceptive intrauterine devices — Requirements and tests
95.99
Copper-bearing contraceptive intrauterine devices — Requirements and tests
90.92
Copper-bearing contraceptive intrauterine devices — Requirements and tests
50.20
Intra-uterine devices — Part 1: Determination of breaking force
95.99
Intra-uterine devices — Part 2: Recommendations for disinfection
95.99
Intra-uterine devices — Part 3: Packaging and labelling
95.99
Reusable rubber contraceptive diaphragms — Part 1: Classification, sampling and requirements
95.99
Reusable rubber contraceptive diaphragms — Part 2: Determination of size
95.99
Reusable rubber contraceptive diaphragms — Part 3: Determination of dome thickness
95.99
Reusable rubber contraceptive diaphragms — Part 4: Freedom from visible defects
95.99
Reusable rubber contraceptive diaphragms — Part 4: Freedom from visible defects
95.99
Reusable rubber contraceptive diaphragms — Part 5: Determination of tensile properties
95.99
Reusable rubber contraceptive diaphragms — Part 5: Determination of tensile properties
95.99
Reusable rubber contraceptive diaphragms — Part 6: Determination of deterioration after accelerated ageing
95.99
Reusable rubber contraceptive diaphragms — Part 7: Determination of compression resistance of coil spring and flat spring diaphragms
95.99
Reusable rubber contraceptive diaphragms — Part 8: Determination of twisting during compression of coil spring and flat spring diaphragms
95.99
Reusable rubber contraceptive diaphragms — Part 9: Packaging and labelling
95.99
Reusable rubber contraceptive diaphragms — Part 10: Recommendations for storage
95.99
Mechanical contraceptives — Reusable natural and silicone rubber contraceptive diaphragms — Requirements and tests
95.99
Mechanical contraceptives — Reusable natural and silicone rubber contraceptive diaphragms — Requirements and tests — Amendment 1
95.99
Mechanical contraceptives — Reusable natural and silicone rubber contraceptive diaphragms — Requirements and tests
90.93
Copper-bearing intrauterine contraceptive devices — Guidance on the design, execution, analysis and interpretation of clinical studies
60.60
Rubber condoms for clinical trials — Measurement of physical properties
90.93
Rubber condoms for clinical trials — Measurement of physical properties — Amendment 1
60.60
Rubber condoms — Guidance on the use of ISO 4074 in the quality management of natural rubber latex condoms
95.99
Male condoms — Guidance on the use of ISO 4074 and ISO 23409 in the quality management of condoms
60.60
Fallopian rings — Requirements and test methods
60.60
Additional lubricants for male natural rubber latex condoms — Effect on condom strength
60.60
Guidance on sample handling for determination of bursting volume and pressure, and testing for freedom from holes for male condom
60.60
Additional lubricants for male synthetic condoms — Effect on condom strength
30.00
Compatibility of lubricants with synthetic male condoms
30.98
Male condoms — Requirements and test methods for condoms made from synthetic materials
90.93
Synthetic polyisoprene latex male condoms — Requirements and test methods
20.98
Handling used condoms returned to manufacturer or research centre
20.98
Female condoms — Use of ISO 25841 and the quality management of female condoms
50.20
Female condoms — Requirements and test methods
95.99
Female condoms — Requirements and test methods
95.99
Female condoms — Requirements and test methods
60.60
Female condoms — Requirements and test methods — Amendment 1
60.60
Condoms — Determination of nitrosamines migrating from natural rubber latex condoms
90.93
Prophylactic dams — Requirements and test methods
90.93
Condoms — Guidance on clinical studies — Part 1: Male condoms, clinical function studies based on self-reports
60.60
Condoms — Guidance on clinical studies — Part 2: Female condoms, clinical function studies based on self-reports
60.60

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