U.S. FDA Medical Device Mechanical Urinometer Requirements
FDA Medical Device Definition: A urine flow or volume measuring system is a device that measures directly or indirectly the volume or flow of urine from a patient, either during the course of normal urination or while the patient is catheterized. The device may include a drip chamber to reduce the risk of retrograde bacterial contamination of the bladder and a transducer and electrical signal conditioning and display equipment. This generic type of device includes the electrical urinometer, mechanical urinometer, nonelectric urinometer, disposable nonelectric urine flow rate measuring device, and uroflowmeter.
FDA Mechanical Urinometer Establishment Registration
FDA Mechanical Urinometer Listing
FDA Mechanical Urinometer Label Requirements and Exceptions
FDA Mechanical Urinometer Import Information
FDA Mechanical Urinometer Detentions (Mechanical Urinometer Entry Refusals)
General U.S. Food and Drug Administration Medical Device Guidelines for:
- Mechanical Urinometer Manufacturers (Mechanical Urinometer Suppliers)
- Mechanical Urinometer Distributors
- Mechanical Urinometer Processors
- Mechanical Urinometer Repackers
- Mechanical Urinometer Relabelers
- Mechanical Urinometer Exporters
- Mechanical Urinometer 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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