FDA issues updated list of devices subject to tracking rules

03/31/2014 | Regulatory Focus

The FDA has released a document updating the list of devices that must be tracked under the final rule setting up a unique identifier system for medical technologies. The agency said it determines whether a device should be tracked based on the technology's potential for sudden, catastrophic failure; possibility for substantial adverse clinical outcomes; and the need for immediate professional intervention.

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