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Discussion Thread Title: Vomit Bag a Medical Device?
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Old 6th December 2017, 09:12 AM
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Re: Vomit Bag a Medical Device?

In Reply to Parent Post by pkost View Post

How does it prevent disease?
That was a hypothetical example of a PPE/MD.

Have a look at the Borderlines manual 1.11-Shoe covers :

"Consequently, shoe covers which are specifically intended by their manufacturer to be used in operating rooms, intensive care units or immunodepressed patients to protect the patient from potential contamination are medical devices. In application of rule 1, they are in class I."

This could apply to a suitably labelled Vomit bag.
Thank You to dgrainger for your informative Post and/or Attachment!

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