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Device extracorporeal system for carbon dioxide removal
Definition An extracorporeal system for carbon dioxide removal is a system of devices and accessories that provides assisted extracorporeal carbon dioxide removal from the patient's blood in patients with acute respiratory failure, where other available treatment options have failed, and continued clinical deterioration is expected or the risk of death is imminent. The main devices and accessories of the system include, but are not limited to, the console (hardware), software, and disposables, including, but not limited to, a gas exchanger, blood pump, cannulae, tubing, filters, and other accessories (e.g., monitors, detectors, sensors, connectors).
Physical State The device looks like an ECMO system
Technical Method The device is part of an extracorporeal circuit and exchanges the blood gases within the device, outside of the body while the blood is circulated in the extracorporeal circuit.
Target Area Blood
Regulation Medical Specialty Cardiovascular
Review Panel Cardiovascular
Product CodeQOH
Premarket Review Circulatory Support, Structural and Vascular Devices (DHT2B)
Circulatory Support, Structural and Vascular Devices (DHT2B)
Submission Type 510(k)
Regulation Number 870.4150
Device Class 2
Total Product Life Cycle (TPLC) TPLC Product Code Report
GMP Exempt? No
Summary Malfunction
Implanted Device? No
Life-Sustain/Support Device? No
Third Party Review Not Third Party Eligible