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ISO 9999 - Subclass and Divisions

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09 18 Assistive products for ostomy care

Skin-protective agents, see 09 21 18.

09 18 04 One-piece closed-ended ostomy bags

Flexible closed containers, which cannot be emptied, for collecting bodily waste matter through a stoma.

09 18 05 Two-piece system closed-ended ostomy bags

Effluent collection systems in which a component is positioned around the stoma, allowing a closed-ended bag to be attached or removed while the component itself remains in position.

09 18 07 One-piece open-ended ostomy bags with non-return valve

Effluent collection system with or without a flange, all the component parts of which are removed from the body when the bag is changed.

09 18 08 Two-piece system open-ended ostomy bags with non-return valve

Effluent collection system in which a component is positioned around the stoma, allowing a bag for collecting urine or soft feces from a stoma to be attached or removed while the component itself remains in position.

09 18 09 Support and pressure products for ostomy bags

Products that apply pressure and provide support in order to hold in place a bag collecting bodily waste matter through a stoma.

09 18 13 Press plates and belts for ostomy care

Devices applied around a bag to ensure the correct position of the assistive product for ostomy care.

09 18 14 Adhesive products for ostomy care

Products that are used to fasten ostomy products to the body by adhesion.

09 18 15 Ostomy bag closures

Devices that allow emptying or reclosure of an open-ended ostomy bag.

09 18 18 Odor absorbents and deodorizers for ostomy care

Devices and materials that absorb unwanted smells or emit fragrance, used for ostomy care.

09 18 21 Pocket supports for ostomy bags

Devices to enclose a bag collecting bodily waste matter from a stoma.

09 18 24 Assistive products for bowel irrigation

Included are, e.g., products to flush the bowel.

09 18 30 Stoma shields

Devices that protect from harmful external influences the opening or hole through which bodily waste is drained from the intestines.

09 18 33 Stoma drainage catheters

Tubes for draining bodily waste from an internal stoma container directly through an opening, e.g., into the toilet.

09 18 36 Flushing syringes for ostomy care

Equipment for washing out the internal containers which collect bodily waste matter from the intestines through an opening.

09 18 39 One-piece open-ended ostomy bags

Flexible container for collecting body effluent from a stoma, with an opening for emptying the bag.

09 18 42 Two-piece open-ended ostomy bags

Effluent collection system in which a component is positioned around the stoma which allows an open-ended bag to be attached or removed while the component itself remains in position.

09 18 45 Skin barriers for ostomy care

Products with the purpose to seal the ostomy bag to the skin and stay on, protecting the peristomal skin from excrements and secretion and keeping the skin physiology intact by absorbing or permeating sweat.
Included are, e.g., fillers and assistive products to protect and make even unevenness in the ostomy area.

09 18 48 Post-operative ostomy bags and accessories

Bags and accessories used for post-operative purposes when creating and maintaining a stoma.
Included are, e.g., sterile products.

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