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Specifies requirements for mercury-in-glass clinical thermometers used for the measurement of body temperature including those for general use, for measurement of subnormal body temperature and for use as an aid in determining the ovulation cycle.
 

Document History

  1. AS 2190-1995

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    Clinical maximum thermometers - Mercury-in-glass

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  2. AS 2190-1978


    Clinical maximum thermometers

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  3. AS T33-1966


    Specification for clinical maximum thermometers

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  4. AS CS 10.4.1-1955


    Equipment and supplies for use in public institutions - Surgical appliances and instruments of commercial standard - Clinical thermometers

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  5. AS CS 10.4.1-1938


    Equipment and supplies for use in public institutions, Part 4.1: Clinical thermometers

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  6. AS CS 10.4.1-1933


    Equipment and supplies for use in public institutions - Clinical thermometers

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