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Ten More Class I Devices Would Require 510(k)s Under FDA Proposed Rule

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Ten additional Class I devices would be placed on FDA's "reserved" list of devices requiring a 510(k) submission under a proposed rule published in the Nov. 12 Federal Register.

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