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US to Locarno Concordance for
Class D24 MEDICAL AND LABORATORY EQUIPMENT
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U.S. SubclassLocarno Class - Subclass Notes
100   -  105 28 - 01  
106 24 - 04  
107   -  108 24 - 01  
109 24 - 02  
110   -  110.6 29 - 02  
111   -  120 24 - 02  
121   -  126 24 - 04  
127   -  132 * * There appears to be no direct relationship between this subclass and the Locarno International Classification. See the Locarno Handbook and use the Locarno designation for the subject matter closest in nature to the claimed design.;
133   -  150 24 - 02 Classify "ear-piercing apparatus" as 28-03.
151 10 - 01  
152   -  154 24 - 02  
155   -  157 24 - 03  
158   -  162 * * There appears to be no direct relationship between this subclass and the Locarno International Classification. See the Locarno Handbook and use the Locarno designation for the subject matter closest in nature to the claimed design.;
163 24 - 01  
164   -  173 * * There appears to be no direct relationship between this subclass and the Locarno International Classification. See the Locarno Handbook and use the Locarno designation for the subject matter closest in nature to the claimed design.;
174 24 - 99  
175   -  192 * * There appears to be no direct relationship between this subclass and the Locarno International Classification. See the Locarno Handbook and use the Locarno designation for the subject matter closest in nature to the claimed design.;
Classify "light therapy device" as 24-01.
193   -  196 24 - 04  
197   -  199 07 - 01  
200   -  202 * * There appears to be no direct relationship between this subclass and the Locarno International Classification. See the Locarno Handbook and use the Locarno designation for the subject matter closest in nature to the claimed design.;
203 23 - 02  
204   -  205 * * There appears to be no direct relationship between this subclass and the Locarno International Classification. See the Locarno Handbook and use the Locarno designation for the subject matter closest in nature to the claimed design.;
206   -  207 24 - 04  
208 * * There appears to be no direct relationship between this subclass and the Locarno International Classification. See the Locarno Handbook and use the Locarno designation for the subject matter closest in nature to the claimed design.;
209   -  215 28 - 03  
216   -  222 * * There appears to be no direct relationship between this subclass and the Locarno International Classification. See the Locarno Handbook and use the Locarno designation for the subject matter closest in nature to the claimed design.;
223 24 - 02  
224   -  230 * * There appears to be no direct relationship between this subclass and the Locarno International Classification. See the Locarno Handbook and use the Locarno designation for the subject matter closest in nature to the claimed design.;
231 24 - 00  
232   -  234 * * There appears to be no direct relationship between this subclass and the Locarno International Classification. See the Locarno Handbook and use the Locarno designation for the subject matter closest in nature to the claimed design.;

This data is current as of December/2012

Regarding US-to-Locarno Concordances [Concordances between US Patent Classification and the Locarno Agreement]: The USPC does not precisely concord to the Locarno. Users of this Concordance must look at the Locarno schedules to select an appropriate classification for the concept being classified.

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