FDA Revokes Certain Respirator-Related EUAs

FDA Revokes Certain Respirator-Related EUAs

The FDA issued an update on June 30 to announce revocation of certain emergency use authorizations (EUAs) related to the use of respirators in healthcare settings. These revocations mean that healthcare settings should be operating at conventional capacity strategies for respirator use. As of June 30, reprocessing/reuse or extended use of single-use respirators is no longer authorized. As of July 6, non-NIOSH approved respirators are no longer authorized. More information on these updates can be found here.




Laura Hofmann, MSN, RN – Director of Clinical and Nursing Facility Regulatory Services
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