Medical devices will now be manufactured with a code that will help them be tracked in order to gauge safety issues and notify recipients in the event of a recall as part of a new rule passed this week by federal regulators. The new process assigns a unique device identifier, or UDI, to each device, which provides basic information such as manufacturer name, type of device, model, and expiration date. Some devices may include batch lot numbers to help identify devices in the event of a recall. UDI information will be stored in a database that is accessible to the public; ... Read More
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