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Therapeutic Goods (Goods that are not Therapeutic Devices) Order No. 1 of 1992

1 July 1992

Published in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette No. S 185, 3 July 1992

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA

Therapeutic Goods Act 1989

Therapeutic Goods (Goods that are not Therapeutic Devices) Order No. 1 of 1992

TD1/1992

I, MARGARET ATKINSON, a delegate of the Secretary to the Department of Health, Housing and Community Services, make the following Order for the purposes of the definition of "therapeutic devices" in subsection 3 (1) of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989.

Dated 1 July 1992


Citation

  1. This Order may be cited as the Therapeutic Goods (Goods that are not Therapeutic Devices) Order 1 of 1992.

Commencement

  1. This Order commences on the day this it is published in the Gazette.

Therapeutic goods that are not therapeutic devices

  1. For the purposes of the definition of "therapeutic devices" in subsection 3 (1) of the Therapeutic Devices Act 1989, the following therapeutic goods are declared not to be therapeutic devices:
    1. saline, sterile water or purified water for therapeutic use, other than saline and water for use solely for inflation or storage of therapeutic devices;
    2. blood, blood substitutes, blood expanders, and blood components other than blood components that are coated on therapeutic devices;
    3. therapeutic goods of the following kinds:
      1. laxatives;
      2. enema solutions;
      3. douche fluids;
      4. irrigation fluids;
      the therapeutic use of which does not depend on chemical action in or on the body;
    4. diagnostic goods, including imaging agents, for in vivo use;
    5. disinfectants and antiseptics that are not;
      1. impregnated in a therapeutic device, or;
      2. intended for use for cleaning or storing contact lenses;
    6. medical gases;
    7. chemical oxygen generators;
    8. haemodialysis solutions, peritoneal dialysis solutions and substances prepacked for use in dialysis;
    9. ingested demulcents and absorbents;
    10. homoeopathic preparations with no direct chemical action;
    11. sunscreen preparations;
    12. transdermal patches;
    13. formulated emollient or moisturising preparations intended for use in extemporaneous dispensing;
    14. intrauterine contraceptive goods containing hormones;
    15. sponge, membrane or similar goods, other than condoms, for delivery of spermicide or viricide.

Revocation

  1. Therapeutic Goods (Goods that are Not Therapeutic Devices) Order No. 1 of 1991 dated 15 February 1991 is revoked.1

NOTE

  1. TD1/1991 published in Commonwealth of Australia Gazette No. S45 of 15 February 1991.