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I’d venture a guess that small devices that go inside the oral cavity don’t need labelling (expiry or otherwise) on the device itself, but that’s pending a serious review by someone who knows exactly what the device is and what the intended use is.
In general the responses from rob73 and pkost are good.
I wanted to gauge some feedback from you guys regarding Non-Sterile Class 1 Medical Device, we are acting as an intermediate and have started to see customer queries regarding expiry dates on a Non-Sterile Class 1 Medical Device.
The device in question currently has a 5 year shelf life.
For example, a nasal cannula has an expiration date, while a disposable facemask does not; a 30-m L syringe has an expiration date, but a 10-m L syringe (from the same manufacturer) does not; an IV tubing of one type has an expiration date, while another type does not, although their purpose is exactly the same.