Home Dialysis & Electricity
ANZ/AS3003 is the standard that governs electricity regulations pertaining to home dialysis, both home haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. Home dialysis units should be aware of their responsibilities related to this & other standards. This summary provides basic information for - Electricity & Home Dialysis.
Disclaimer: The intent of this document is to provide information to renal units. Information presented is an interpretation of relevant Australian Standards Legislation as at February 2012. Kidney Health Australia and Home Dialysis Advisory Committee hold no responsibility for changes to the legislation. The legislation does not necessarily reflect the views of Kidney Health Australia or the Home Dialysis Advisory Committee. Electrical installers must obtain original copies of all legislation.
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