FDA regulates medical devices that consumers use themselves without professional medical assistance in the same way as other medical devices. But the agency also focuses on how people can use these devices safely and effectively.
In addition to work done throughout the medical device approval process, the Home Health Care Committee reviews what has been done to address problems when devices are used in the home and recommends further actions to ensure consumers can use the devices safely and effectively.
- Over-the-Counter (OTC) Medical Devices: Considerations for Device Manufacturers
- Safely Using Sharps (Needles and Syringes) at Home, at Work and on Travel
- Decorative Contact Lenses
- Contact Lenses
- Breast Pumps
- Home Use Devices Booklet: How to Prepare for and Handle Power Outages for Medical Devices that Require Electricity (PDF - 5.1MB)
Print this booklet and have it handy for quick access and reference. Power outages are not predictable, and when they happen, you want to know where this booklet is immediately.