FDA Medical Device Regulatory Controls Explained

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Part of the Medical Device Regulation Act involved establishing specific regulatory controls for each of the three classes of medical devices. The higher the class of device, the more risk associated with it, and the more regulatory controls necessary to ensure safety. Class I devices are only regulated by General Controls, while Class II devices require General Controls and Special Controls. General Controls and Premarket Approval regulate the production of Class III medical devices.

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