Partie 3: Neurostimulateurs en implant. STANDARD. ISO. Second edition. Reference number. ISO (E). Provläsningsexemplar /. Summary: Specifies particular requirements for active implantable medical devices intended for electrical stimulation of the central or peripheral. ISO Implants for surgery —. Active implantable medical devices — Part 3: Implantable neurostimulators. American. National. Standard.
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Copyright BIS has the copyright of all isl publications. NOTE 4 For implantable parts of an active implantable medical device, all operating instructions are provided in the accompanying documentation.
These reed switches were usually activated with a magnetic field of around 1 mT. NOTE 2 Not applicable to active implantable medical devices. NOTE This subclause is intended to include implantable parts that depend on a source of electrical energy, such as RF receivers.
Emitters in this frequency range, which include amateur radio, AM radio, time and frequency broadcasts, ISM, personal and private radio services, and maritime radio-navigation, have not been known to cause interference with implantable neurostimulators.
Both field strengths stated are the levels of the unmodulated test signal. Users of Indian Standards should ascertain that they are in possession of the latest amendments or edition by referring to the latest issue of ‘BIS Catalogue’ and ‘Standards: Exposure to magnetic fields, with the potential to cause disturbances, is primarily from power frequency equipment and appliances. Specific additional information shall be provided for the following components: This standard is intended to apply to these neurostimulators types regardless 147708-3 therapy.
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Replaces the former, and less comprehensive, requirement of using a single technique, such as FMEA. The uso frequency of each decade is, respectively: This might require isi an extension onto the test lead.
Keep the IPG in the same position for all tests. It should be possible to read this code, if necessary, without the need for a surgical operation. For example, if a lead is 85 cm in length, the length of side a would be 53 cm. In practice, there are no known sources with public access that utilize such levels.
The 147008-3 documentation shall state the function 147083 mode used. For electric fields, susceptibility is usually dependant upon neurostimulator design implementation. Non-implantable parts of neurostimulators shall comply with subclause The test signals corresponding to A-line see test levels shall be applied as sinusoidal continuous wave CW signals over the entire frequency range.
Clause 19 of lEC Instructions for use should be included in the packaging for every implant. It seems reasonable to require an immunity test level above that required for non-implantable medical devices, at the same time keeping it in line with real-world sources commonly encountered by the general public.
Both sets of test levels shall be applied to the DUT. Extraordinary device behaviour is not expected to occur typically, and the 10x test levels should verify this experimentally. Classification of electromagnetic environments  lEC Figure — IPG and lead layout on central plane Any ancillary equipment that is needed to operate the neurostimulator or monitor its output during uso test shall, as much as possible, be selected and located to minimize disruption of the uniform field.
The limits presented in these standards can be used as a guideline for setting immunity test levels based on the presumption that public exposure to electromagnetic fields should be limited.
The remainder of the lead is placed along side b. Test levels vary depending on frequency and performance criteria [see Bend the lead into a right angle of sides a and b.
The use of lEC as a test procedure is consistent with the requirements for non-implantable parts and is a well recognized standard. The requirements of Clause 6 of PC If the longest dimension of the 41708-3 connector block is also aligned with side a of the lead then a single orientation of the DUT is sufficient for test.
Induction ovens and electromagnetic interference: The dwell time at each step shall be long enough for the DUT to adequately respond to the test signal, but not less than 15 s.
Place the DUT at the centre of the central plane where the magnetic field is the most uniform. Points A and B, as shown in Figure 1 01represent either the direct electrical output of the pulse generator or the electrodes at the distal end of a lead or lead-extension combinationif applicable. Sources with field strengths high enough to cause potential interference with implanted medical devices consist primarily of hand-held wireless transmitters e.
The uniformity is relaxed at higher frequencies and test levels due to test fixture limitations. Not all parts or accessories might be intended to be totally or partially implanted, but there is need to specify some requirements of non-implantable parts and accessories, if they could affect the safety or performance intended by the manufacturer.
This part of ISO allows the manufacturer to define the requirements for particulate matter that can be different depending on the intended neurostimulator application. Potential sources at this level appear to be relatively few and proximity to the source is necessary to reach these levels.
Excessive current density and the perception lso shocking or jolting are examples of potential hazards that might result from unexpected 1708-3 stimulation changes. If the IPG connector block is orthogonal to the lead then a second test orientation is required that will align the IPG with the polarization of the E-field.
Attention is particularly drawn to the following: