The DIN Standards Committee for Medicine (NAMed) is responsible for national standardization and represents German standardization interests at European (CEN) and international (ISO) level in the following areas:
Non-active medical devices,
Transfusion, Infusion, Injection,
Laboratory Medicine and Clinical Chemistry,
Sterilization, Disinfection, Sterile Supply,
Medical microbiology and immunology,
Technical aids for the disabled,
His area of responsibility also includes biotechnology and forensics.
The aim is to establish the highest possible quality level of standardized products and procedures, thus making a decisive contribution to patient safety in the field of healthcare.