Definition of DEHP

DEHP: A softener for polyvinyl chloride a plastic polymer used in a wide array of products Unplasticized PVC is hard and brittle at room temperature A plasticizer (softener) is typically added to increase the flexibility of the polymer DEHP is the plasticizer for most PVC medical devices Devices that may contain DEHP-plasticized PVC include: intravenous (IV) bags and tubing umbilical

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EU directive requires DEHP labeling for medical devices

EU directive to require DEHP labeling for medical devices // Biomedical Business Technology Jun2007 Vol 30 Issue 6 p22 The article reports on the directive released by the European Union (EU) which requires medical products using di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) to be labeled DEHP is a compound used to soften vinyl plastic Scientific

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RoHS 10 Restricted Substances

Bis(2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP): 1000 ppm (0 1%) (RoHS 3) DEHPs are used to soften PVC and vinyl insulation on electrical wires and in medical tubing Known human carcinogen that affects the immune and reproductive systems Benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP): 1000 ppm (0 1%) (RoHS 3) These are used to soften PVC and vinyl insulation on electrical

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INFORMATION ON TERUMO MEDICAL DEVICES AND

Terumo has used the following symbol (proposed by EN 15986:2011) on the unit packaging and/or on the sales packaging This symbol consists of the generic "contains PHT" symbol accompanied by the name of the phthalate classified as CMR 1 or 2 (in Terumo's case DEHP) OR Until the symbol is harmonized this symbol requires explanation in the instructions for use The related warning

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EU RoHS 2 (Directive 2011/65/EU)

EU RoHS 2 (Directive 2011/65/EU) Little Pro on 2016-01-08 Views: Update:2019-11-16 EU RoHS 2 refers to Directive 2011/65/EU on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) It replaced the first EU RoHS directive 2002/95/EC (RoHS 1) and entered into force on 21 July 2011

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SureSigns VS4 Vital Signs Monitor

Symbol Description Symbol Description FCC ID IC ID viii SureSigns VS4 Instructions for Use Timer key No Latex Choking Hazard DEHP-free Consult instructions for use Keep out of sun Non-Sterile Manufacturer's Name and Address Sterile Symbol Description Symbol Description

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French Regulations on VOC emissions from construction

Compulsory VOC emissions labelling Mandatory labelling of construction products installed indoors floor and wall coverings paints and lacquers with their emission classes based on emission testing This regulation foresees that since 1 Jan 2012 any covered product placed on the market has to be labelled with emission classes based on their emissions after 28 days as tested with ISO

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RoHS 2 vs RoHS 3 (EU 2015/863)

The restriction of DEHP BBP DBP and DIBP shall apply to medical devices including in vitro medical devices and monitoring and control instruments including industrial monitoring and control instruments from 22 July 2021 Category 11 products include all other electronic and electrical equipment not covered under the other categories

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China RoHS 2 2019

China RoHS 2 2019 Little Pro on 2016-01-08 Views: Update:2019-11-16 21 Jan 2016 the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) published its final revised version of the Administrative Measures for the Restriction of the Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products (known as China RoHS 2) The new regulation will come into force on 1 July 2016

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Prenatal Exposure to DEHP Affects Spermatogenesis and

DEHP-induced DMRs in micro-RNAs and their targets Scatter plots of promoter methylation changes in microRNAs and their targets in function of the prenatal exposure to DEHP and in F1 derived males sperm cells for both backgrounds The data were obtained from 5 control mice compared with 5 DEHP treated mice for each background C57: results obtained with strain C57BL/6J presented in the

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SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT INTRODUCTION Brimer Kent

$ The term "DEHP Free" Covered Products shall mean Covered Products made with materials or other components that may be handled touched or mouthed by a consumer and which materials or other components are confirmed to contain less than or equal to 1 000 parts per million ("ppm") of DEHP through Testing by a certified U S laboratory # $ The term "Testing" shall mean

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How to Tell If Plastic Is BPA

BPA (bisphenol-a) is found in polycarbonate plastics which are hard clear (or clear-tinted) unbreakable plastics They've been used since the 1960s to make products like water bottles food-storage containers drinking glasses pitchers baby bottles and sippy cups

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Cosmetics Europe

Many products will display an open jar symbol showing how many months they can be used once they are open Before opening most cosmetics will remain stable and free from contamination for many years Strict rules govern the inclusion of preservatives in cosmetics Manufacturers must choose from a set list of preservatives listed in the EU Cosmetics Regulation which have been subjected to

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Phthalates: The Everywhere Chemical

recycling symbol usually molded into the plastic on the bottom of the product Avoid products with the number 3 within the arrows and the letters "V" or "PVC" below the arrows Choose products with the numbers 1 2 4 and 5 within the arrows Many companies use phthalate-free substances such

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China RoHS 2 2019

China RoHS 2 2019 Little Pro on 2016-01-08 Views: Update:2019-11-16 21 Jan 2016 the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) published its final revised version of the Administrative Measures for the Restriction of the Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products (known as China RoHS 2) The new regulation will come into force on 1 July 2016

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The information provided in the free-text fields is not published in the Brief Profiles The Brief Profile is automatically generated information requirements under different legislative frameworks may therefore not be up-to-date or complete For accuracy reasons substance manufacturers and importers are responsible for consulting official sources This Brief Profile is covered by the ECHA

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The Weight of Evidence Introduction on DEHP

with the skull and crossbones symbol and warning text reading TOXIC Unfortunately for DEHP/PVC users and consumers this directive is limited to chemical preparations and does not restrict the use of DEHP in products such as medical devices made out of soft PVC containing 30 - 40% of DEHP by weight on average 2 In contrast DEHP has been already banned in cosmetics and certain toys and

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RoHS 10 Restricted Substances

Bis(2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP): 1000 ppm (0 1%) (RoHS 3) DEHPs are used to soften PVC and vinyl insulation on electrical wires and in medical tubing Known human carcinogen that affects the immune and reproductive systems Benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP): 1000 ppm (0 1%) (RoHS 3) These are used to soften PVC and vinyl insulation on electrical

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Phthalates: The Everywhere Chemical

recycling symbol usually molded into the plastic on the bottom of the product Avoid products with the number 3 within the arrows and the letters "V" or "PVC" below the arrows Choose products with the numbers 1 2 4 and 5 within the arrows Many companies use phthalate-free substances such

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Compat Ella Pump Universal Set

The Compat Ella Pump Universal Set is intended for administration of enteral nutrition fluids or medication and is suitable for use with the Compat Ella feeding pump Compatible with SmartFlex Flexibaggle and other ready-to-hang (RTH) containers with EN

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Phthalate

phthalate (thăl′āt′ fthăl′- thā′lāt′ fthā′-) n 1 A salt ester or anion of phthalic acid 2 Any of a group of esters of phthalic acid that are widely used in the manufacture of plastics and as synthetic additives in perfumes and cosmetics These chemicals have been linked

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Excretion of Di

DEHP was ingested as an emulsion consisting of an aqueous saccharose solution (70% w/v) Data were reported for blood DEHP and MEHP (free and total) at 0 25 h before ingestion at 0 00 h and at 0 25 0 5 0 75 1 0 2 0 3 0 4 0 6 0 8 0 10 and 24 h after ingestion Additional blood samples were collected in three of the four subjects at 5

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