Washers For Reusable Devices Should Fall Into Class II, Panel Recommends
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
All previously unclassified washers and washer-disinfectors intended for processing reusable medical devices should be formally grouped under Class II for premarket notification submissions, FDA's General Hospital and Personal Use Devices Panel recommended at its Sept. 14 meeting.
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