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U.S. FDA Medical Device Awl Requirements


FDA Medical Device Definition: An orthopedic manual surgical instrument is a nonpowered hand-held device intended for medical purposes to manipulate tissue, or for use with other devices in orthopedic surgery. This generic type of device includes the cerclage applier, awl, bender, drill brace, broach, burr, corkscrew, countersink, pin crimper, wire cutter, prosthesis driver, extractor, file, fork, needle holder, impactor, bending or contouring instrument, compression instrument, passer, socket positioner, probe, femoral neck punch, socket pusher, reamer, rongeur, scissors, screwdriver, bone skid, staple driver, bone screw starter, surgical stripper, tamp, bone tap, trephine, wire twister, and wrench.

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  • FDA Awl Establishment Registration
  • FDA Awl Listing
  • FDA Awl Label Requirements and Exceptions
  • FDA Awl Import Information
  • FDA Awl Detentions (Awl Entry Refusals)
  • General U.S. Food and Drug Administration Medical Device Guidelines for:
       - Awl Manufacturers (Awl Suppliers)
       - Awl Distributors
       - Awl Processors
       - Awl Repackers
       - Awl Relabelers
       - Awl Exporters
       - Awl Importers
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U.S. FDA Regulations:

U.S. FDA 510(k) Regulation: 21 C.F.R. section 814.9.


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