Heightened Standards Proposed For Finger-Prick Devices
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
FDA issued proposed orders to remove the 510(k) exemption and establish special controls for most blood lancets, and require PMAs for one super-risky category of the finger-prick devices. The goal is to reduce infectious disease transmission.
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