The Food and Drug Administration has released a proposed rule to establish a unique medical device identifier, called UDI.
The long-awaited identifier, which Congress authorized in 2007 with renewed pressure from members in recent months to implement, is designed to better enable users to track devices and enable FDA to identify safety or effectiveness concerns quicker and better target recalls.
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