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Device implantable radio frequency transponder system
Regulation Description Implantable radiofrequency transponder system for patient identification and health information.
Definition An implantable microtransponder system intended to facilitate access to identification and health information in humans. It is described as consisting of a small implantable electronic microtransponder, an insertion device (introducer), and an electronic scanner (pocket reader). The microtransponder is a passive device that contains an electronic circuit, which is activated externally by a low-powered radio beam sent by a handheld, battery-powered pocket reader. The microtransponder stores only a unique electronic identification number (id). The id number is used to access a database that provides the implanted person's identity and health information supplied by the patient
Product CodeNRV
Regulation Number 880.6300
Device Class 2