U.S. FDA Issues Wireless Medical Device Guidelines

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4Q 2013 | IN-1017280


RF Wireless Technology Use in Medical Devices


On August 14, 2013, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) agency issued guidelines on medical devices that use RF wireless technologies for communications. The guidelines cover medical devices that incorporate RF wireless technologies, such as Wireless Medical Telemetry Services (WMTS), Medical Device Radiocommunications (MedRadio), Medical Micropower Network (MNN), and Medical Body Area Network (MBAN), in cellular communication chipsets and RFID products.

Seven Key Considerations for RF Wireless Medical Devices


The FDA’s recently published document provides guidelines on RF wireless devices that are implanted, worn on the body, and other wireless medical devices used in professional healthcare facilities and consumer homes. The d...

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