DEVICE: CNAP SENSOR CUFF, MEDIUM (04049098005708)

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Device Identifier (DI) Information

CNAP SENSOR CUFF, MEDIUM
MS15895

DRAEGER MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INC.
04049098005708
GS1
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No description.
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Device Characteristics

MR Unsafe
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No
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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
Patient monitoring system module, blood pressure, noninvasive A small unit dedicated to the measurement of noninvasive blood pressure (indirect method) obtained through a standard sphygmomanometer cuff placed on the arm or leg. It is designed to operate as part of a patient monitoring system enhancing the function of this system (the parent device). The module automatically plugs into the parent device when the user places it into a standardized slot in the parent device or a connected module rack. The parent device operates as a mainframe computer displaying the blood pressure parameter/information measured and provided by this module.
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FDA Product Code

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Product Code Product Code Name
DXN System, Measurement, Blood-Pressure, Non-Invasive
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Sterilization

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Sterilization Method [?]
No Sterilization Methods Found
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Storage and Handling

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Storage and Handling
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Clinically Relevant Size

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Size Type Text
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Device Status

In Commercial Distribution
November 02, 2015

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Package DI

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Unit of Use DI

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Direct Marking (DM)

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Production Identifier(s) in UDI

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Customer Contact

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+18004372437
info@draeger.com
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