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Definition of Medical Products

Medical products, for the purposes of this questionnaire, are defined as selected products used to diagnose, treat or care for patients. This excludes electronic medical products (anything that plugs in or has a battery). (Last update 10.13.15)

Examples of medical products included:

  • Sheets, textiles, apparel
  • Mattresses, positioners
  • Draperies, cubical curtains
  • Exam gloves
  • Pillows
  • Underpads, briefs
  • Skin prep applicators
  • Laboratory products (products not chemicals)
  • Enteral feeding administration products (except food)
  • Patient care plastic products
  • Personal care products (non-prescription)
  • Consumables and non-electronic accessories to electronic devices (ex. blood pressure cuff, compression sleeve)
  • Administration drainage sets, containers and bags

Also includes the following:

  • Commercial office furniture
  • Cleaning products, disinfectants, sanitizers, detergents, deodorizers
  • Building materials or plant engineering products (HVAC, modular buildings, storage units, elevators, signs)
  • Flooring, paints
  • Office supplies, office equipment
  • Waste cans, liners
  • Food service ware

Examples of products excluded:

  • Electronic equipment (that plugs in or has battery)
  • Drugs, pharmaceuticals, skin care medicines, skin prep solutions
  • Appliances such as refrigerators
  • Food and Service contracts, unless for procurement of medical products

Electronic Products - An electronic product is anything that plugs in or has a battery

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