Serial Number Tracking that allows unique identification for each item used in manufacturing or received...
Serial Number Tracking
Information captured for each serial number aids in specifying products for recall and helps identify defect sources
Define the parameters used for serial number generation
Generate serial numbers at the component level to connect parent and child assemblies for tracking
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...into inventory from manufacturing or purchasing:
• Information captured for each serial number aids in specifying products for recall and helps identify defect sources
• Define the parameters used for serial number generation
• Generate serial numbers at the component level to connect parent and child assemblies for tracking
Traceability means being able to trace a medical device from production through its full life cycle. In order to meet regulatory demands—including Regulation 2017/745 of the European Parliament—manufacturers must have provisions in place for transparency and traceability of medical devices.
New EU medical device regulations state that all medical devices must have a Unique Device Identification (UDI) to help track and identify medical devices through their life—across manufacturing, distribution, and use.