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  • I have a little bit different perspective. I think your software is stand-alone (software-as-medical-device), and the computer is an accessory. The reason is  that the software is not embedded, it's simply installed onto the commercial system, which adds new functionality but the computer still for the most part retains its functionality. The hardware ...

  • Hi Kevin, I have the same question for a product that I am working on. I will be very interested to see the responses. Sincerely , John Beasley, RAC (US) Founding Member and Senior Consultant MedTech Review, LLC www.medtechreview.com www.linkedin.com/in/medtechreview 257 Garnet Garden Street Henderson, ...

  • With respect to the FDA-regulated jurisdiction, power cords that have their own part number and label, and are used over and over and are only wiped down when needed, would not need to be direct marked for UDI.  Rationale/background provided below: As you allude to, FDA's UDI regulations require that devices intended to be reused and reprocessed before ...

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