FDA Grants Labelers Of Lower-Risk Devices More Time To Comply With UDI Reg
Labelers of an array of medical devices, from contact lenses to condoms, have been given more time to comply with the US FDA’s eight-year-old Unique Device Identification rule. The agency says labelers of certain products may continue using Universal Product Codes (UPCs) on packaging through September 2023.
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