EU IVDR Medical Device Classification Tool

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Welcome to the In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Device Regulation (IVDR) classification tool by Xybel
 
Here you will find out here whether your device is a Class A, Class B, Class C, or Class D device according to the IVDR - or perhaps not a medical device at all.
To use this free tool, you need to sign up to become a member and then the rules are simple - Read the implementing rules to the right, then use only the buttons​ on the right side and do not jump to conclusions.
Enjoy!

IMPLEMENTING RULES

1.1. Application of the classification rules shall be governed by the intended purpose of the devices.

1.2. If the device in question is intended to be used in combination with another device, the classification rules shall apply separately to each of the devices.

1.3. Accessories for an in vitro diagnostic medical device shall be classified in their own right separately from the device with which they are used.

1.4. Software, which drives a device or influences the use of a device, shall fall within the same class as the device. If the software is independent of any other device, it shall be classified in its own right.

1.5. Calibrators intended to be used with a device shall be classified in the same class as the device.

1.6. Control materials with quantitative or qualitative assigned values intended for one specific analyte or multiple analytes shall be classified in the same class as the device.

1.7. The manufacturer shall take into consideration all classification and implementation rules in order to establish the proper classification for the device.

1.8. Where a manufacturer states multiple intended purposes for a device, and as a result the device falls into more than one class, it shall be classified in the higher class.

1.9. If several classification rules apply to the same device, the rule resulting in the higher classification shall apply.

1.10. Each of the classification rules shall apply to first line assays, confirmatory assays and supplemental assays.