YY 0766-2009: Translated English of Chinese Standard. YY0766-2009.: Lens Ultrasonic Removal and Vitrectomy Device for Ophthalmic Surgery

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This Standard specifies the terms and definitions, product classification, requirements and test methods of lens ultrasonic removal and vitrectomy device for ophthalmic surgery. This Standard is applicable to the lens ultrasonic removal device for ophthalmic surgery which also possesses the vitrectomy function.
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Oct 1, 2016
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16
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Law / Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice
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Technology & Engineering / Measurement
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