What is FDA 21 CFR PART 510(k) & Who Needs To Comply?
Each person who wants to market in the U.S., a Class I, II, and III device intended for human use, for which a Premarket Approval application (PMA) is not required, must submit a 510(k) to FDA unless the device is exempt from 510(k) requirements of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (the FD&C Act) and does not exceed the limitations of exemptions in .9 of the device classification regulation chapters (e.g., 21 CFR 862.9, 21 CFR 864.9).
The following four categories of medical device manufacturers must submit a 510(k) to the FDA:
(1) Domestic manufacturers introducing a device to the U.S. market
(2) Specification developers introducing a device to the U.S. market
(3) Repackers or relabelers who make labeling changes or whose operations significantly affect the device
(4) Foreign manufacturers/exporters or U.S. representatives of foreign manufacturers/exporters introducing a device to the U.S. market
"Preamendment Devices" or "Grandfathered" devices legally marketed in the U.S. by a firm before May 28, 1976 do not require a 510(k) if they have not been:
* significantly changed or modified since then; and
* for which a regulation requiring a PMA application has not been published by FDA
The device must have the same intended use as that marketed before May 28, 1976. If the device is labeled for a different intended use, then the device is considered a new device and a 510(k) must be submitted to FDA for marketing clearance.
Section 1.0 – Medical Device User Fee Cover Sheet (Form FDA 3601)
Section 2.0 – CDRH Premarket Review Submission Cover Sheet
Section 3.0 – 510(k) Cover Letter
Section 4.0 – Indications for Use Statement
Section 5.0 – 510(k) Summary
Section 6.0 – Truthful and Accuracy Statement
Section 7.0 – Class III Summary and Certification
Section 8.0 – Financial Certification or Disclosure Statement
Section 9.0 – Declarations of Conformity and Summary Reports
Section 10.0 – Executive Summary
Section 11.0 – Device Description
Section 12.0 – Substantial Equivalence Discussion
Section 13.0 – Proposed Labeling
Section 14.0 – Sterilization and Shelf Life
Section 15.0 – Biocompatibility
Section 16.0 – Software
Section 17.0 – Electromagnetic Compatibility and Electrical Safety
Section 18.0 Performance Testing – Bench
Section 19.0 Performance Testing – Animal
Section 20.0 Performance Testing – Clinical
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What it means
How LuitBiz helps
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