U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA): Medical Device Data Systems
Medical Device Data Systems or MDDS is a collection of hardware or software products used for storing, transferring, converting formats, and displaying data from the medical device. This system (MDDS medical device) does not have the control to modify the data or the display of the data. Software functions that perform data storage, data transfer, format conversion, and data display are not subject to FDA regulatory requirements otherwise needed for devices.
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Vein scanners are handheld devices helping a nurse or a phlebotomist to find the right vein to take your blood sample for the first try.
Older, dehydrated patients with their sunken or collapsed veins …
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