RegAI: Classification

Intended Purpose

Duration of Contact and Invasiveness

‘Body orifice’ means any natural opening in the body, as well as the external surface of the eyeball, or any permanent artificial opening, such as a stoma.

‘Surgically invasive device’ means:
(a) an invasive device that penetrates inside the body through the surface of the body, including through mucous membranes of body orifices with the aid or in the context of a surgical operation; and
(b) a device which produces penetration other than through a body orifice.


Body Contact

Active Medical Device


Drug Involvement

Specific Medical Indications

Other Specific Characteristics