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Regulation concerning vocational training for surgery mechanics / to the surgery mechanic (surgery mechanic training regulation ChirurgMAusbV) ChirurgMAusbV Ausfertigung date: 23.03.1989 full quotation: "surgery mechanic training regulation of 23 March 1989 (BGBl. I S. 572)" this Decree is a training regulations within the meaning of section 25 of the handicrafts Regulation Act. The training regulations and the thus harmonised, adopted by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany outline curriculum for vocational school will be soon published as a supplement to the Federal Gazette.
Footnote (+++ text detection from: 1.8.1989 +++) (+++ requirements due to the EinigVtr see ChirurgMAusbV annex EV +++) input formula on the basis of § 25 of the handicrafts Regulation Act as amended by the notice of December 28, 1965 (BGBl. 1966 I p. 1), last by section 25 No. 1 of the Act of 24 August 1976 (BGBl. I p. 2525) changed, is prescribed in the agreement with the Federal Minister for education and science : § 1 scope this Regulation shall apply for the vocational training in the apprenticeship/surgery mechanic of mechanic of surgery after the trade and crafts code.
Section 2 (1), duration of the training training lasts three and a half years.
(2) trainees, the visit is which one according to national regulations of introduced school-based basic vocational education year after a legal regulation in accordance with § 27a, paragraph 1, of the trade and crafts code than to be first year of vocational training, start the company-based training in the second year of training.
§ 3 professional field width basic education and objective of vocational training (1) training in the first year of training provides a professional field broad basic education, if company training according to this regulation and the education in vocational school under the national rules on the basic vocational training year.
(2) the knowledge and skills referred to in this regulation to be acquired so that the trainees to engage a qualified professional activity within the meaning of § 1 para 2 of the vocational training Act is empowered, includes in particular independent planning, performing, and controlling in his workplace. This qualification is also in the tests to prove.
§ 4 education profession at least the following skills and knowledge are the subject of the vocational training: 1. vocational education and training, 2. construction and organization of the training company, 3. working and collective bargaining law, occupational safety and health, 4. occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy, 5. planning and preparing the working sequence and check and evaluate the results of the work, 6 read, apply and creation of technical documentation, 7 test, measurement, teachings, 8 Add, 9 manual machining and forming , 10 machine edit, 11 maintenance, 12 turning and milling, 13 differ, mapping and handling of plant and auxiliary materials, 14 solder, welding, gluing, 15 heat treatment, Härteprüfen, 16 assembling of components to assemblies, 17 build and test of pneumatic circuits, 18 machining of workpieces by machining by hand and with hand-guided machines, 19 edit shapes and surfaces of instruments, devices or implants, 20 programming of numerically controlled machine tools , 21 machining of workpieces by machining on machine tools, 22 machining of workpieces by free form grinding, 23 install and disassemble instruments, devices or implants, 24 test and the function of instruments, devices or implants, 25 repairing instruments, devices or implants.
§ 5 training curriculum skills and knowledge according to § 4 to after the contained instructions for the factual and temporal structure of vocational training (training curriculum) are taught in the system for basic training and specialist training. One of the training curriculum within the vocational education and training and different within vocational education and technical training material and temporal outline of the training content is specifically allowed, as far as practical operating characteristics require the deviation.
Article 6 education plan the training employer has to create a training plan on the basis of the training curriculum for the trainees.
§ 7 record book the trainee has to do a report portfolio in the form of a training certificate. He is to give opportunity to lead the record book during the training period. The trainers has regularly look through the record book.
§ 8 midterm (1) to determine of the level of training is making a midterm. It should take place before the end of the second year of training.
(2) the midterm cover the in the appendix in section I and section II number 1 letters a and e, number 2 letters a to c, number 3 letter a, number 7 letter a, current number 12 letters b, c and d of double letters aa to cc, current number 13 letter of a listed skills and knowledge as well as on the material to be conveyed in the vocational education according to the framework curriculum , as far as it is essential for vocational training.
(3) the examinee can make in no more than seven hours two different test pieces. This comes especially considering: manufacture of workpieces, which alone or in a combination of its parts must meet a function for manual machining, mechanical machining, cold forming of sheet metal and profiles, joining by screw, bolt - and pin connections, as well as manual sanding on flat and cylindrical surfaces including planning and preparation of the work process and check the results.
(4) the candidate to solve tasks that you want to relate to real-world cases, in no more than 180 minutes in writing from the following areas: 1 occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy, 2. technical drawings, routings, dimensional, form - and geometric tolerances, surface finish, standardization of metal materials, 3. properties and use of plant and auxiliary materials, 4 manufacture of both cutting and chipless machining, 5. joining, 6 test equipment for lengths , Shapes and surfaces, 7 calculation of lengths, angles, areas, volumes, masses, forces and speeds.
(5) columns the duration of the tests referred to in paragraph 4 in particular, as far as the written exam in the form of programmed is carried out.
§ 9 journeyman's examination (1) examination extends on the knowledge and skills listed in the annex, as well as on the curriculum taught in the vocational school, where it is essential for the training.
(2) the examinee can make in no more than 14 hours two test pieces in the practical examination. For this purpose come particularly into account: 1. manufacture of components by mechanical machining, fitting and mounting Assembly, which must fulfil a function in the interaction of its parts, including planning and preparation of the work process and evaluate the results, 2 establish of a multi-part surgical instruments that fulfil a function in the interaction of its parts, or by at least four different single-surgical instruments, in particular by establishing , Free form grinding, polishing and mounting.
(3) the candidate shall be checked in the written exam in the subjects of the examination technology, work planning, technical mathematics, as well as economic and social studies. Tasks, which should relate to real-world cases, in particular from the following areas considered are: 1 in the exam technology: a) occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy, b) properties and uses of plant and auxiliary materials, material testing, c) cutting, forming and joining technology, d) machine elements, e) machinery, f) heat treatment, g) control technology, h) hard - and software for numerically controlled machines, i) electrical engineering, k) test technology, quality assurance , l) function, application and maintenance of surgical instruments;
2. in the audit work plan: a) technical drawings, tables and diagrams, manufacturing and work plans, standards, b) switching and function plans, c) fundamentals of data processing, d) evaluating technical data;
These are combining academically, technological and mathematical facts to analyze technical problems, to evaluate and to present appropriate solutions;
3. in the examination of technical mathematics: a) length, angle, area, volume, mass, force, torque, speed, turn rate, acceleration, b) work, performance, efficiency, c) tensile, pressure and shear strength, thermal expansion, d) pressure in liquids and gases, e) electric sizes, f) production time, working time, wage and material;
4. in the audit professional of economic and social studies: general economic and social contexts of professional and working world.
(4) for the written test is to go out of the following time limits: 1 in the testing trade technology 120 minutes, 2nd in the audit technical planning 120 minutes, 3. in the audit professional technical mathematics 60 minutes, 4th in the testing trade economic and social studies 60 minutes.
(5) columns the duration of the tests referred to in paragraph 4 in particular, as far as the written exam in the form of programmed is carried out.
(6) the written examination is to complement, if this can be decisive for the existence of testing at the request of the DUT or discretion of the Audit Committee in individual subjects by an oral examination. The written exam has the double weight to the oral. Written examination within the meaning of paragraphs 7 and 8 is also the written examination supplemented by an oral examination.
(7) within the written exam, the test compartment has the double weight technology over each of the other test subjects.
(8) the exam is passed, when in the practical and written exam, as well as within the written exam in the testing technology at least satisfactory services are rendered.
§ 10 abolition of regulations that previously defined job descriptions, training plans and examination requirements for the skilled trade, Anlernberufe and comparable regulated occupations, which are laid down in this regulation, are subject to § 11 for the apprenticeships surgery mechanic/surgery mechanic, is no longer apply.
§ 11 the existing regulations continue to apply transitional vocational training relationships that exist in the entry into force of this regulation, are, unless the parties agree on the application of the provisions of this regulation.
§ 12 Berlin clause this Regulation shall apply to § 14 of the third of transfer Act in connection with § 128 of the handicrafts Regulation Act also in the Federal State of Berlin.
Article 13 entry into force this regulation enters into force on August 1, 1989.
Concluding formula of the Federal Minister for economic plant (for section 5) training curriculum for vocational training as a mechanic of surgery / to the surgery mechanic (site: BGBl. I, 1989, 575-584) I. vocational basic education ongoing No. part of the education profession skills and knowledge, to provide, taking into account article 3, paragraph 2 are time values in weeks in training year 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 vocational training (§ 4 No. 1) a) importance of the training contract , in particular conclusion, duration and termination, explain b) mutual rights and obligations arising from the contract call c) possibilities of vocational training call during the whole training to teach 2 structure and organisation of the training company (§ 4 No. 2) a) b explain structure and tasks of the training operation) basic of training operation, such as procurement, production, sales and administration, explain c) relations training operation and its workforce to business organizations , Professional organisations and trade unions call d) principles, tasks and operating constitutional organs of formed operation describe 3 labour and collective bargaining law, occupational safety and health (§ 4 No. 3) a) essential parts of the contract call b) essential provisions of the collective agreements applicable to the training operation called c) tasks of the workplace occupational health and safety as well as the competent professional association and the Labour Inspectorate explain d) substantial provisions of the occupational health and safety laws for the training operation call 4 occupational safety , Environmental protection and rational use of energy (§ 4 No. 4) a) work-related regulations of the carrier of the statutory accident insurance, especially accident prevention regulations, guidelines and fact sheets, call b) apply the occupational work safety at the workflows c) describe accidents and fire of emergence of behaviors and initiate measures first aid d) call essential regulations of fire prevention and fire protection systems and fire-fighting equipment use e) hazards posed by poisons, fumes, gases, easily inflammable substances, as well as electric current , please f) for the training operation applicable essential requirements the immission and water conservation as well as keeping the air call g) workplace-related environmental pollution call and contribute to their reduction h) in the training company name used energy types and ways of rational use of energy in the professional sphere of influence lead 5 plan and prepare of the workflow, as well as check and evaluate the results of the work (section 4 No. 5) a) steps in accordance with oral and written instructions to vote and set and b make sure workflow) parts requirements assess and deploy c) semi-finished products and standard parts according to technical documents provide d) gather information for manufacturing and maintenance e) material properties of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, as well as of art and natural products distinguish 5 *) 6 read, apply and create technical documents (§ 4 No. 6) a) part -, group - and exploded drawings read and apply b) technical documentation, in particular repair and operating instructions, catalogues, piece lists, tables and charts, read and apply c) sketches make d) protocols according to create e) digital and analogue measuring and test data reading and map f) standards , in particular tolerance standards, apply g) disk handle 7 inspection, measurement, lessons (§ 4 No. 7) a) b check flatness of work pieces after the light gap method) form accuracy of workpieces c check) d check surfaces for wear or damage) check angle with fixed angles, and e measure with universal Protractor) with fixed and adjustable gauges check f) lengths, especially with graduated scale and calipers, measure g) location check of components and assemblies and positional deviation measure h) physical or electrical sizes according to instructions measure 6 *) *) In connection with others in the training curriculum to provide listed training content.
8 Add (§ 4 No. 8) a) components on surface condition of the test surfaces and form tolerance and mounting-friendly location fix b) components with screws, nuts and securing devices in compliance with the order and the tightening torque, as well as the material pairing connect and secure c) bolted and PIN joints produce d) components with cold rivets add e) select Lötwerkzeuge, solders and flux f) prepare work pieces or components for soldering g) plates and profiles of different materials solder h) workpieces or parts of different materials in accordance with the Verarbeitungsrichtlinien glue 7 9 manual machining and forming (§ 4 No. 9) a) marking, punching, marking: aa) workpieces in compliance with the material properties and surface marking and label bb) b punch hole centers, as well as monitoring and measuring points) machining and cutting by hand: aa) Select tools according to material, form and surface quality of the workpiece bb) surfaces and shapes of workpieces made of steel and non-ferrous metals flat, angular and parallel on measure cc file) workpiece chisel zerteilend dd) sheets , Pipes and profiles from ferrous and non-ferrous metals and plastics saw ee) cut inside and outside thread taking account of the characteristics of the materials ff) light-Gage steel with hand or hand lever shears cut c) forming: aa) sheets, tubes and profiles bend bb) sheets and profiles set cc) sheets compress, stretch and enjoy 5 10 machine edit (§ 4 No. 10) a) determine machine values of hand-held or stationary machines and set; Note working temperature and cooling and lubrication map and apply b) work pieces or components, taking into account the form and the material properties align and clamp c) tools in accordance with the machining process and the materials to be processed select d) tools align and clamp e) workpieces or parts with hand-held or stationary drilling machines, drill and lower f) workpieces or parts with hand-held or stationary machines separate g) workpieces or parts with hand-guided machines grind h) tools , in particular scribe, grains, drill and chisel, on the loop block sharpen 6 11 maintenance (§ 4 No. 11) a) handling surfaces: surfaces of metallic workpieces or parts for corrosion protection preparing as well as means of protection select and apply b) wait: aa) resources clean and maintain bb) supplies, especially cooling and lubricants, use according to operating instructions cc) maintenance perform according to plan and document c) inspection and function check : aa) detachable connections, in particular screw connections, security check bb) components for mechanical damage and wear check cc) check dd movement function of components) ee note data on type plate of electrical machines or equipment) sichtprüfen ff electrical connections, in particular at terminals, for mechanical damage) typical security measures for electrical machines or devices name and note gg) check electric cables for damage to insulation hh) function of electrical components , Check cables and fuses d) repairing by disassembling and assembling: aa) components and assemblies according to statement and documents with and without AIDS off and build a bb) disassembled components identify and systematically drop 11 12 turning and milling (§ 4 No. 12) a) determining and adjusting machine values: aa) tools taking into account the procedures, the materials and the cutting edge geometry select bb) determine rotation frequency, feed and cutting depth on machine tools for turning and Fräsoperationen with the help of tables and graphs under instructions and adjust
CC) ready for operation of machine tools manufacture b) turning and milling:
(aa) work pieces made of ferrous and non-ferrous metals up to the dimensional accuracy of +-0.1 mm and produce up to a surface finish RZ between 4 and 63 MYM, in particular considering the cooling lubricants with different Drehmeißeln through cross - facing and longitudinal - round turning bb) workpieces made of ferrous and non-ferrous metals up to the dimensional accuracy of +-0.1 mm and up to a surface finish RZ between 10 and 40 MYM, in particular considering the cooling lubricants , with various cutters by forehead scope facing in the opposite direction to produce 12 *) *) this already mediated training content, taking into account operational priorities and the individual learning progress should be deepened.
II. specialist training 1 plan and prepare of the workflow, as well as check and evaluate the results of the work (§ 4 No. 5) a) steps taking into account functional and production aspects set b) materials, taking into account their characteristics and the handling and processing according to purpose select c) select Tools, testing and measuring instruments and tools according to purpose of use and provide d) semi -, part and precast needs from technical documents , identify in particular from drawings, e) f prepare workplace, taking into account the work order) control work results and evaluate 4 *) g) workflow set taking account of the order, as well as an organizational and informational needs and make sure h) manufacturing and repair scope estimate 4 2 read, apply and create technical documents (§ 4 No. 6) a) total drawings read and apply b) pneumatic circuit diagrams read and apply c) dimensions, form and position tolerance standards surface symbols identify and assign d) operating , Operating and maintenance attitude guides apply e) technical matters, in particular in the form of logs and reports, record 3 *) 3 test, measurement, lessons (§ 4 No. 7) a) lengths and shapes with regard to dimensions, shape and position tolerances with appropriate test equipment with regard to systematic and random measurement error possibilities, teach and measure b) surface depending on their function 3 assess *) 4 differ, mapping and handling of plant and auxiliary materials (§ 4 No. 13) a) properties of materials in relation to loading and processing , especially in machining and forming, b distinguish) semi-finished products and pieces by shape, fabric and Machinability are different c) AIDS and in particular cooling lubricants, differ, their use to assign and apply d respecting the handling of hazardous agents) grinding and polishing agents select and apply 4 *) *) to convey listed training content related to others in the training curriculum.
5 soldering, welding, gluing (§ 4 No. 14) a) soldering, welding: aa) ready for operation of soldering and welding equipment manufacture bb) tools, solders, and flow - medium properties and application select cc) components made of ferrous and non-ferrous metals in accordance with the surface properties of materials and the properties of solder materials solder dd) applying the sweat beads on mild steel by welding ee) I seams in mild steel weld b) gluing : Components made of metal and plastics with the adhesive suitable for the respective material pairing under the glue-specific processing conditions, in particular the preparation of surfaces, glue 4 6 heat treatment, hardness test (§ 4 No. 15) a) pieces of work hardening, tempering, glow and compensate b) workpieces of workshop practices hardening test 4 7 assembling of components to assemblies (§ 4 No. 16) a) components to assemblies functionally connect 4 b) mounted assemblies functionally set , secure the position 4 and check by Visual inspection, measuring and teaching 8 build and test of pneumatic circuits (§ 4 No. 17) a) pressure in pneumatic systems measure and set b) check pneumatic components 2 9 machining of workpieces by machining by hand and with hand-guided machines (§ 4 No. 18) a) holes in workpieces of ferrous and non-ferrous metals up to the geometric tolerance of +-0,1 mm make b) shapes and surfaces on workpieces of ferrous and non-ferrous metals with hand-guided machines work by milling
c) forms and surfaces on workpieces of ferrous and non-ferrous metals with hand-held grinding machines d edit) forms and surfaces on workpieces of ferrous and non-ferrous metals with hand-guided machines polishing edit e) forms and surfaces of hardened and unhardened tool parts with different tools and equipment by hand and with hand-guided machines edit 3 10 edit shapes and surfaces of instruments , Devices or implants (§ 4 No. 19) a) shape and surface instruments, devices or implants by hand and with hand-held machines with the help of polishing and polishing tools polishing b) shapes and surfaces of instruments, devices or implants brush, buff, shine c) hardened and unhardened instruments, devices or implants by roughing, careers, throats and blasting edit 8 11 programming of numerically controlled machine tools (§ 4 No. 20) a) data input and data output device and disk manage b) create programs on numerically controlled machine tools , type, test, modify, and optimize c) tool correction values determine and set d) isolate and correct errors in programs 4 12 machining of workpieces by machining on machine tools (§ 4 No. 21) a) set: aa) machine values as a function of plant and cutting fabric combinations from the machine, tool, work piece and clamping means stability, by the shape of the blank and the tool and the surface characteristics of select and set bb) Werkstückspannmittel , in particular face plates, Chuck, driven disks, clamping Collet fixtures, face driver and setting poles, prepare and mount cc) align and clamp workpieces, risk of collision observed dd) tools select and employ ee in free-living and adjustable shots) 3B focus grind tools manually) drilling, sinking, reaming: aa) holes in workpieces from ferrous and non-ferrous metals and plastics up to a geometric tolerance of +-0.1 mm on drilling and turning machines with different tools by drilling into the full , Drill, centering, profile sinks and plan sinks make bb) holes in workpieces made of iron metals to the dimensional precision IT 7 round rub c) loop: hardened and unhardened workpieces up to dimensional accuracy +-0.2 mm edit 4 d) turning and milling: aa) workpieces from ferrous and non-ferrous metals and plastics to the dimensional precision IT 8 with different Drehmeißeln through cross-plan and longitudinal-round turning on lathes edit bb) work pieces made of ferrous and non-ferrous metals with different Drehmeißeln form turning , particularly radii and cone on lathes edit cc) work pieces made of ferrous and non-ferrous metals up to dimensional accuracy IT 8 with different cutters size face milling and face size face milling on machines edit 4 dd) workpieces from ferrous and non-ferrous metals and plastics to the dimensional precision IT 7 with different Drehmeißeln by cross-plan and longitudinal - round turning on lathes edit ee) work pieces made of ferrous and non-ferrous metals up to dimensional accuracy IT edit ff 7 with different cutters size face milling and face size face milling on machines) work pieces made of ferrous and non-ferrous metals gg edit with different routers through longitudinal profile milling on machines) splits on workpieces through direct parts produce hh) workpieces made of ferrous and non-ferrous metals on numerically controlled machine tools edit 12 13 machining of workpieces by free form grinding (§ 4 No. 22) a) flat surfaces of instruments by hand grinding 8 b) cylindrical surfaces of instruments by hand grinding 6 c) not analytically determinable surfaces on the instruments and implants free form grinding 13 d) hardened instruments and equipment sharpening 13 14 installing or removing instruments , Devices or implants (§ 4 No. 23) a) components and assemblies functionally connect b) mounted assemblies functionally set that secure location, and check by Visual inspection, measuring and teaching c) instruments, devices or implants in accordance with their function decompose and mark 4 15 checking and adjusting the function of instruments, devices or implants (§ 4 No. 24) a) journeys to work, position deviations, game and concurrency check and correct b) the single function in the mounted condition check and correct c) the overall function , in particular mobility and clamping force in the area, check and correct 5 16 repairing instruments, devices or implants (§ 4 No. 25) a) instruments, devices or implants clean and dismantled in accordance with the function and feature b) determine wear, and nature and scope of the repair set c) faulty components rework d) spare parts manufacture e) replace defective parts f) components adequately assemble and test function 7 Appendix EV EinigVtr annex I excerpt chapter V functional area B section III
(BGBl. II, 1990, 889, 998)-requirements for the joined area (art. 3 EinigVtr)-section III federal law in the area with the following stipulations referred to in article 3 of the Treaty enter into force: 1 trade and crafts code as amended by the notice of December 28, 1965 (BGBl. 1966 I p. 1), last amended by article 43 of the law of 28 June 1990 (BGBl. I S. 1221) , as well as according to section 7 para 2, §§ 25, 27a para. 1, § 40 and § 46 para 3 sentence 3 of the trade and crafts Code adopted regulations with the following stipulations: a) a privilege existing on the date of effect of the accession in the area referred to in article 3 of the Treaty, aa) bb to operate a craft as a standing trade independently) to adjust or the training of apprentices in trades or cc) remains to the leadership of the Championship title.
b) purchasing and supply cooperatives and associations of craft production cooperatives remain member of the Chamber of trade, insofar as you are a member of the Chamber of crafts.
(c) producers who are entitled on the date of effect of the accession in the area referred to in article 3 of the Treaty, to operate a craft as a stagnant trade, be entered at the request or by virtue with the craft of Annex A of the handicrafts Regulation Act in the role of craft can be associated with the existing craft. Such traders use the title master of the craft, legally they are entitled to bear the title of the craft of Annex A of the handicrafts Regulation Act.
(d) trader, independently operating a standing business on the day of effect of accession in the area referred to in article 3 of the Treaty, that there not as craft classified, but in Annex A of the handicrafts Regulation Act as craft is listed, at the request or by virtue with this craft in the role of craft entered.
e) Letter c) sentence 1 applies to traders, who operate a craft-like business, appropriate.
(f) them on the day of effect of accession, in article 3 of the Treaty said area are existing organisations of the trade to adapt the provisions until 31 December 1991 the trade and crafts code according to; until then they are considered for organizations within the meaning of the trade and crafts code. The same applies to the existing trades and master examination Board; they are considered examination committees in terms of the trade and crafts code until 31 December 1991. The Chambers of skilled crafts have immediately, at the latest however up to 31 December 1991 to create the conditions for the participation of the fellows according to the provisions of the trade and crafts code.
(g) Lehrverhältnisse existing on the day of effect of accession be completed according to the existing regulations, unless agreed by the parties of the Lehrvertrages the continuation of vocational training in a craft of Annex A of the handicrafts Regulation Act.
h) apprentices who go through their training according to existing law, be checked under the previous legislation, as far as not the Federal Minister for Economics in agreement with the Federal Ministry of education and science by legal Ordinance which shall not require the consent of the Federal Council, adopt transitional provisions for procedures and jurisdiction.
(i) the examination proceedings on the day of effect of accession are completed according to the existing regulations.
(k) the Chambers of skilled crafts can allow exceptions to the regulations adopted pursuant to section 25 of the handicrafts Regulation Act until December 1, 1995, when still the requirements cannot be met. The exceptions are limited in time. The Federal Minister for Economics may pursuant to sentence 1 restrict the authority in consultation with the Federal Minister of education and science by legal Ordinance which shall not require the consent of the Federal Council, or revoke.
(l) the regulations require after § 27a, paragraph 1 and article 40 of the trade and crafts code the separate enforcement by the Federal Minister for Economics in agreement with the Federal Ministry of education and science by legal Ordinance which shall not require the consent of the Federal Council.
(m) the Federal Minister for Economics determines by regulation according to § 46 para 3 of the handicrafts Regulation Act,
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