In vitro diagnostic medical devices — Measurement of quantities in samples of biological origin — Requirements for content and presentation of reference measurement procedures
ISO 15193:2009 specifies requirements for the content of a reference measurement procedure for in vitro diagnostic medical devices and medical laboratories.
ISO 15193:2009 applies to reference measurement procedures providing values of differential or rational quantities. Annex A provides information on nominal properties and ordinal quantities.
ISO 15193:2009 is valid for any person, body or institution involved in one of the various branches of laboratory medicine whose intention is to write a document to serve as a reference measurement procedure.
|No. of Pages||19|
|ICS Classification||11.100.10 In vitro diagnostic test systems
|Committee|| ISO/TC 212
|Available for Purchase||For sale in Singapore only|
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