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Systemic Toxicity Test

Systemic Toxicity Test

The Biocompatibility Acute Systemic Toxicity test evaluates the potential adverse effects of a medical device on the body’s organs and tissues that are remote from the site of contact. Depending on the type of device being tested, the following applications may be observed for toxicity: topical, inhalation, intravenous, intra peritoneal or oral administration of extracts, or implantation of the device in the animal. This test is performed on any device that would contact the interior of a patient’s body and complies with ISO 10993-11.

Download the biocompatibility test matrix. [Based on ISO 10993-1:2010 (E) and FDA "Use of international standard ISO 10993-1"]

Applicable Standards

  • ISO 10993

Test Options

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SCX305 Systemic Toxicity: Systemic Injection (USP), 2 extracts Add
SCX310 Systemic Toxicity: Systemic Injection (ISO), 2 extracts Add
SCX315 Systemic Toxicity: Systemic Injection (ISO), liquid/chemical Add
SCX320 Systemic Toxicity: Material Mediated Pyrogen, each Add
SCX305 - Systemic Toxicity: Systemic Injection (USP), 2 extracts
SCX310 - Systemic Toxicity: Systemic Injection (ISO), 2 extracts
SCX315 - Systemic Toxicity: Systemic Injection (ISO), liquid/chemical
SCX320 - Systemic Toxicity: Material Mediated Pyrogen, each

Sample Specifications

SCX305: 2 complete devices, each device must be 120 cm2 or 4 grams. CSS Approval is needed to meet TAT.
SCX310: 2 complete devices, each device must be 120 cm2 or 4 grams. CSS Approval is needed to meet TAT.
SCX315: 10 mL. CSS Approval is needed to meet TAT.
SCX320: 900 cm2 or 30 grams. CSS Approval is needed to meet TAT.

Study Outline

In the Biocompatibility Systemic Toxicity test, mice are injected intraperitoneally or intravenously with either extracts or solutions of the test article or control (vehicle without test article). The animals will be observed for signs of toxicity immediately after injection and at 4 ± 0.75, 24 ± 2, 48 ± 2 and 72 ± 2 hours post-injection. Body weights will be measured prior to injection and on all three subsequent days.
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