DEVICE: PleuraFlow® System (00856449006048)

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Device Identifier (DI) Information

PleuraFlow® System
PF-20 SEDL

Clearflow, Inc
00856449006048
GS1
1
PF-20 SEDL PleuraFlow® System
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Device Characteristics

MR Unsafe
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No

GMDN

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GMDN Names and Definitions: © Copyright GMDN Agency 2015. Reproduced with Permission from the GMDN Agency.

GMDN Preferred Term Name GMDN Definition
Pericardiocentesis catheter A flexible tube designed for the drainage of effusion from the pericardial sac (the pericardium). It typically consists of a thin walled, flexible, plastic [e.g., polyethylene (PE)] tube with a J-shaped distal tip perforated with multiple holes in both its convex and concave sides. It is introduced percutaneously into the pericardium, anchored in place, and connected to a water-seal drainage system. It can be left in situ for some days or weeks during the treatment of cardiac tamponade and can be used for the irrigation/instillation of drugs (e.g., antibiotics, cytotoxic agents) into the pericardium. This is a single-use device.
Pleural catheter A sterile, tube designed to be inserted through an intercostal space and into the pleural cavity to establish a channel for the removal of fluid (pleural effusion, blood, chyle), air (pneumothorax), or pus (empyema) to permit full expansion of the lungs typically after surgery or chest trauma. It is typically used with a pleural drainage system that uses a low negative pressure through the drain lumen. Often referred to as a chest tube, it is typically made of silicone and is available in various designs, shapes, and sizes; it may include disposable devices dedicated to catheter introduction, however it does not include fluid collection bags/containers. This is a single-use device.
Mediastinal drainage catheter A sterile, tube designed to establish a channel for the removal of fluid or purulent material from the mediastinum (the central compartment of the thoracic cavity); it is not coated with an antimicrobial agent. It is typically used in conjunction with, or as a component of, a drainage system that uses a low negative pressure through the drain lumen. It is typically made of silicone, available in various designs, shapes, and sizes, and may include disposable devices dedicated to catheter introduction; it does not include any fluid collection bags/containers. This is a single-use device.
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FDA Product Code

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Product Code Product Code Name
GBX Catheter, Irrigation
OTK Wound Drain Catheter System
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Sterilization

Yes
Yes
Sterilization Method [?]
Ethylene Oxide
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Storage and Handling

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Storage and Handling
Special Storage Condition, Specify: Handle with care. The system should be stored in an area with good ventilation under good conditions that protect it from extremes of temperature and humidity
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Clinically Relevant Size

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Size Type Text
Catheter Gauge: 20 French
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Device Status

In Commercial Distribution
September 23, 2016

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Alternative and Additional Identifiers Additional Identifiers

Package DI

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Package DI Number Quantity per Package Contains DI Package Package Discontinue Date Package Status Package Type
10856449006045 10 00856449006048 In Commercial Distribution Inner pack
20856449006042 1 10856449006045 In Commercial Distribution Case
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Secondary DI

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Issuing Agency [?] Secondary DI Number
No Secondary DIs found
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Unit of Use DI

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Unit of Use DI Number: No Unit of Use DI Numbers Found CLOSE

Direct Marking (DM)

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No
No
None
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Production Identifier(s) in UDI

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Yes
No
Yes
No
No CLOSE

Customer Contact

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844-257-3569
customerservice@clearflow.com
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