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Mike on Medtech: Beyond 510(k)/PMA—De Novo 101

Mike on Medtech: Beyond 510(k)/PMA—De Novo 101

Sean Fenske and Mike Drues discuss the third most common regulatory pathway—the De Novo—clearing up details about its advantages and when it's used.

By Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief07.02.19
In this Medtech Matters podcast episode of Mike on Medtech with Mike Drues, president of Vascular Sciences, we discuss the third most commonly used (although still substantially less than the 510(k) and PMA) regulatory pathway available to medical device manufacturers. Since it is not nearly as common as the two primarily used pathways, the De Novo is not nearly as understood as them. In order to shed light on when this option could be most beneficial or be the best option for a regulatory submission, we attempt to provide an overview of it—a De Novo 101, if you will. Specifically, we address a number of questions, including:

  • What is the De Novo regulatory pathway?
  • How does the De Novo differ from the PMA and 510(k) regulatory pathways?
  • For what situation or type of device is the best case to use the De Novo pathway?
  • When shouldn’t the De Novo be used?
  • Do you have any suggestions or best practices for using a pre-sub meeting when planning to use the De Novo pathway?

Listen to this episode and see what you think of this regulatory pathway. If you’d like to share thoughts and comments with us or have questions on the topic, please reach out to me with them at sfenske@rodmanmedia.com so I can consider discussing them with Mike in an upcoming episode.

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