CONDOM, lubricated + RESERVOIR, s.u.


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Former Code(s): SMSUMISC053 SMSUZFR0053
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A single-use device, also referred to as a disposable device, is intended for use on one patient during a single procedure. It is not intended to be reprocessed (i.e., cleaned and disinfected or sterilized).
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22.1.4 - Barrier methods
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U110101 - Condoms
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Cylindrical, soft, thin, elastic sheath ending in a reservoir, which fits over the penis.

Used for protection against sexually transmitted infections and for contraception.


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WHO/UNFPA Technical Specifications for male latex condoms (July 2020)

Quality standards

ISO 4074, 2015, edition 3, Natural latex rubber condoms - Requirements and test methods

Technical specifications

  • Natural latex
  • Lubricant made of silicone, PEG/N9 etc. with or without starch powder (the manufacturer must specify the level of lubrication)
  • With reservoir
  • Integral rolled rim
  • Smooth texture
  • Odourless
  • Length: > 160 mm
  • Width: 49 - 53 mm, +/- 2 mm
  • Rupture resistant:
    • Burst pressure > 1 kPa
    • Burst volume > 18 dm³ (with a condom > 50 mm and < 56 mm)
    • Test made before and after oven-treatment
  • Tested for shelf-life and stability
  • Non sterile, for single use

Packaging & Labelling

  • Unit packaging, opaque, strong, easy to open without damaging the condom.
  • Individual package size: 50.8 x 50.8 mm to 57.15 x 57.15 mm
  • Inner boxes contain a moisture resistant barrier
  • The exterior shipping carton is made from weather resistant corrugated fibreboard
  • Minimum labelling requirements: manufacturer's name, batch number (for tracing) and expiry date.

Instructions for use

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Precautions for Use

  • Never use a condom if the individual package is damaged or defective
  • Never use petroleum- or oil-based lubricants (Vaseline, cooking oil, fat, lotion...) since these may damage the latex
  • Use only water-based lubricants
  • A lubricant (water-based) should always be used for anal penetration


Store below 30°C, Protect from sunlight ‐ Protect from humidity

Avoid glove compartment, trouser pocket or container left in direct sunlight!

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