UDI Goes Public: Beta Device Identifier Database Now Online
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
FDA has launched the beta version of AccessGUDID as the publicly available face of the Global Unique Device Identification Database. As of May 4, there are 48,093 device records in the searchable system.
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