DEVICE: DIGITAL MEDICAL SCOPE (04987669101070)

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Device Identifier (DI) Information

DIGITAL MEDICAL SCOPE
DS-10 Control Unit

NIDEK CO.,LTD.
04987669101070
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The assembly system (control unit & DS-10EA Adapter & existing endoscope in the market) can be used to record digital photographs and video of the body.
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Device Characteristics

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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
Endoscope camera adaptor A device designed to connect a camera (moving- or still-image) to a non-video endoscope (rigid or flexible), especially when the devices are from different manufacturers. This is a reusable device.
Outer ear otoscope A battery-powered, hand-held, device (i.e., non-endoscopic rigid type) primarily designed for examining the outer ear canal and tympanic membrane (eardrum) by direct viewing through the ear opening during ear/nose/throat (ENT) treatments. The device consists of a handle that contains the batteries (which may be rechargeable), a built-in light to illuminate the interior of the ear canal, and a detachable cone-shaped tube (the speculum) that is inserted in the ear canal. In some cases a moderate air pressure may be applied. Supplemental devices (e.g., additional specula, spare light bulbs) may be included. This is a reusable device.
Dermatoscope, digital An electrically-powered, hand-held instrument intended to be used for the microscopic examination of the external skin layers through the production of digital images (i.e. without direct optical view). The device has a built-in light source(s) and an electronic magnification system that provides the user with digital images of the structures of the epidermis and epidermal-dermal junction for visualization during dermatoscopy (also known as dermascopy). This device is commonly used for the examination of skin structures and to assess abnormal colour and pattern changes of pigmented skin lesions (e.g., spongy birth marks, malignant melanoma).
Ophthalmic fundus camera An electrically-powered optical device intended to be used to create digital colour photographic images/video of the ocular fundus (interior eye surface opposite the lens) through the pupil, to aid in diagnosing and monitoring retinal pathology; it may also be used for images/video of the anterior chamber. The image/video is typically transferred to a computer for display on its screen and/or for storage in a database. This device is also known as a retinal camera.
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FDA Product Code

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Product Code Product Code Name
FTT Camera, Still, Surgical
ERA Otoscope
FSP Loupe, Diagnostic/Surgical
FXF Speculum, Illuminated
HKI Camera, Ophthalmic, Ac-Powered
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Device Status

In Commercial Distribution
January 31, 2017

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Customer Contact

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1-800-223-9044
info@nidek.com
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