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IPC 7
  A61L - A61L 17/14  
A61L02400-A61L10156
 

SECTION A – HUMAN NECESSITIES


A 61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE


A 61 LMETHODS OR APPARATUS FOR STERILISING MATERIALS OR OBJECTS IN GENERAL; DISINFECTION, STERILISATION, OR DEODORISATION OF AIR; CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF BANDAGES, DRESSINGS, ABSORBENT PADS, OR SURGICAL ARTICLES; MATERIALS FOR BANDAGES, DRESSINGS, ABSORBENT PADS, OR SURGICAL ARTICLES (preservation of bodies or disinfecting characterised by the agent employed A01N; preserving, e.g. sterilising, food or foodstuffs A23; preparations for medical, dental or toilet purposes A61K; preparation of ozone C01B 13/10) [4]


24/

00Surgical adhesives or cements; Adhesives for colostomy devices [7]

 

Notes

(1)In groups A61L 24/02 to A61L 24/12, in the absence of an indication to the contrary, classification is made in the last appropriate place. [7]

(2)When classifying in group A61L 24/00, classification is also made in A61L 33/00 if the materials used are antithrombogenic. [7]

24/

02.containing inorganic materials [7]

 

24/

04.containing macromolecular materials [7]

 

24/

06..obtained by reactions only involving carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bonds [7]

 

24/

08..Polysaccharides [7]

 

24/

10..Polypeptides; Proteins [7]

 

24/

12..Ionomer cements, e.g. glass-ionomer cements [7]

 


25/

00(transferred to A61L 24/00, A61L 26/00, A61L 28/00)


26/

00Chemical aspects of, or use of materials for, liquid bandages [7]

 

Note

 When classifying in group A61L 26/00, classification is also made in A61L 33/00 if the materials used are antithrombogenic. [7]


27/

00Materials for prostheses or for coating prostheses (dental prostheses A61C 13/00; shape or structure of prostheses A61F 2/00; use of preparations for artificial teeth A61K 6/02; artificial kidneys A61M 1/14) [4]

Notes

(1)In groups A61L 27/02 to A61L 27/48, in the absence of an indication to the contrary, classification is made in the last appropriate place. [7]

(2)When classifying in groups A61L 27/02 to A61L 27/48, classification is also made in groups A61L 27/50 to A61L 27/60 if the use of materials characterised by their function or physical properties is of interest. [7]

(3)When classifying in group A61L 27/00, classification is also made in A61L 33/00 if the materials used are antithrombogenic. [7]

27/

02.Inorganic materials [7]

 

27/

04..Metals or alloys [7]

 

27/

06...Titanium or titanium alloys [7]

 

27/

08..Carbon [7]

 

27/

10..Ceramics or glasses [7]

 

27/

12..Phosphorus-containing materials, e.g. apatite [7]

 

27/

14.Macromolecular materials [7]

 

27/

16..obtained by reactions only involving carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bonds [7]

 

27/

18..obtained otherwise than by reactions only involving carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bonds [7]

 

27/

20..Polysaccharides [7]

 

27/

22..Polypeptides or derivatives thereof [7]

 

27/

24...Collagen [7]

 

27/

26..Mixtures of macromolecular materials [7]

 

27/

28.Materials for coating prostheses [7]

 

27/

30..Inorganic materials [7]

 

27/

32...Phosphorus-containing materials, e.g. apatite [7]

 

27/

34..Macromolecular materials [7]

 

27/

36.containing ingredients of undetermined constitution or reaction products thereof [7]

 

27/

38..Animal cells (for use in artificial skin A61L 27/60) [7]

 

27/

40.Composite materials, i.e. layered or containing one material dispersed in a matrix of the same or different material [7]

 

27/

42..having an inorganic matrix [7]

 

27/

44..having a macromolecular matrix [7]

 

27/

46...with phosphorus-containing inorganic fillers [7]

 

27/

48...with macromolecular fillers [7]

 

27/

50.Materials characterised by their function or physical properties [7]

 

27/

52..Hydrogels or hydrocolloids [7]

 

27/

54..Biologically active materials, e.g. therapeutic substances [7]

 

27/

56..Porous or cellular materials [7]

 

27/

58..Materials at least partially resorbable by the body [7]

 

27/

60..Materials for use in artificial skin [7]

 


28/

00Materials for colostomy devices (adhesives for colostomy devices A61L 24/00) [7]

 

Note

 When classifying in group A61L 28/00, classification is also made in A61L 33/00 if the materials used are antithrombogenic. [7]


29/

00Materials for catheters or for coating catheters (shape or structure of catheters A61M 25/00) [4]

Notes

(1)In groups A61L 29/02 to A61L 29/12, in the absence of an indication to the contrary, classification is made in the last appropriate place. [7]

(2)When classifying in groups A61L 29/02 to A61L 29/12, classification is also made in groups A61L 29/14 to A61L 29/18 if the use of materials characterised by their function or physical properties is of interest. [7]

(3)When classifying in group A61L 29/00, classification is also made in A61L 33/00 if the materials used are antithrombogenic. [7]

29/

02.Inorganic materials [7]

 

29/

04.Macromolecular materials [7]

 

29/

06..obtained otherwise than by reactions only involving carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bonds [7]

 

29/

08.Materials for coatings [7]

 

29/

10..Inorganic materials [7]

 

29/

12.Composite materials, i.e. layered or containing one material dispersed in a matrix of the same or different material [7]

 

29/

14.Materials characterised by their function or physical properties [7]

 

29/

16..Biologically active materials, e.g. therapeutic substances [7]

 

29/

18..Materials at least partially X-ray or laser opaque [7]

 


31/

00Materials for other surgical articles  [4]

Notes

(1)In groups A61L 31/02 to A61L 31/12, in the absence of an indication to the contrary, classification is made in the last appropriate place. [7]

(2)When classifying in groups A61L 31/02 to A61L 31/12, classification is also made in groups A61L 31/14 to A61L 31/18 if the use of materials characterised by their function or physical properties is of interest. [7]

(3)When classifying in group A61L 31/00, classification is also made in A61L 33/00 if the materials used are antithrombogenic. [7]

31/

02.Inorganic materials [7]

 

31/

04.Macromolecular materials [7]

 

31/

06..obtained otherwise than by reactions only involving carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bonds [7]

 

31/

08.Materials for coatings [7]

 

31/

10..Macromolecular materials [7]

 

31/

12.Composite materials, i.e. layered or containing one material dispersed in a matrix of the same or different material [7]

 

31/

14.Materials characterised by their function or physical properties [7]

 

31/

16..Biologically active materials, e.g. therapeutic substances [7]

 

31/

18..Materials at least partially X-ray or laser opaque [7]

 


33/

00Antithrombogenic treatment of surgical articles, e.g. sutures, catheters, prostheses, or of articles for the manipulation or conditioning of blood; Materials for such treatment [4,7]

Note

 In groups A61L 33/02 to A61L 33/18, in the absence of an indication to the contrary, classification is made in the last appropriate place. [7]

33/

02.Use of inorganic materials [7]

 

33/

04.Use of organic materials, e.g. acetylsalicylic acid [7]

 

33/

06.Use of macromolecular materials [7]

 

33/

08..Polysaccharides [7]

 

33/

10...Heparin, heparinoid or derivatives thereof [7]

 

33/

12..Polypeptides, proteins or derivatives thereof [7]

 

33/

14.Use of fibrinolytic agents or platelet aggregation inhibitors [7]

 

33/

16.Use of enzymes, e.g. urokinase, streptokinase [7]

 

33/

18.Use of ingredients of undertermined constitution or reaction products thereof [7]

 


Indexing scheme associated with groups A61L 2/00 to A61L 12/00, relating to the chemical composition of the materials used in disinfecting, sterilising or deodorising. The indexing codes should be unlinked. [7]

Note

 Attention is drawn to Chapter IV of the Guide which sets forth the rules concerning the application and presentation of the different types of indexing code. [7]


101:

00Chemical composition of materials used in disinfecting, sterilising or deodorising [7]

101:

02.Inorganic materials [7]

101:

04..Elemental carbon, e.g. active charcoal [7]

101:

06..containing halogen [7]

101:

08...Elemental halogen [7]

101:

10..Ozone [7]

101:

12..containing silicon [7]

101:

14..containing sulfur [7]

101:

16..containing phosphorus [7]

101:

18..Ammonia [7]

101:

20..Acids [7]

101:

22..Peroxides [7]

101:

24..containing aluminium [7]

101:

26..containing copper [7]

101:

28..containing iron [7]

101:

30..containing zinc [7]

101:

32.Organic compounds [7]

101:

34..Hydroxy compounds [7]

101:

36..Carboxylic acids or derivatives thereof [7]

101:

38..Ethers [7]

101:

40..containing sulfur [7]

101:

42..Organo-metallic compounds or complexes [7]

101:

44..Heterocyclic compounds [7]

101:

46..Macromolecular compounds [7]

101:

48...obtained by reactions only involving carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bonds [7]

101:

50...Polysaccharides or derivatives thereof [7]

101:

52.Micro-organisms or substances produced by or extracted from micro-organisms [7]

101:

54.Enzymes [7]

101:

56.Plant extracts or vegetable products of undetermined chemical constitution, e.g. plant fibre [7]


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