What is a vascular medical device?
A vascular medical device can be defined as a device that is used in the arteries and veins or the heart itself, to control, diagnose, monitor, or correct disease, injury, or other conditions. This vasculature encompasses the cardiovascular, peripheral vascular, and neurovascular anatomy.
For more clarity on vascular and related medical devices, please refer to:
- Europe Medical Device Regulation (EU MDR) 2017/745
- Part II of the Medical Devices Regulations 2002 (as amended) for Great Britain