Commonly Reprocessed Medical Devices

For a specific listing of devices that can be reprocessed, please consult your U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-registered reprocessing company. For an overview of the types of devices reprocessed by AMDR-member companies, please see below. You can also verify a reprocessing company’s product offerings through the FDA’s Registration & Listing and 510(k) Clearance databases. We recommend you search the databases under the reprocessing company’s name.


  • Diagnostic electrophysiology (EP) catheters
  • Ultrasound catheters
  • Intra-cardiac echocardiography catheters
  • Intravascular catheters
  • Mapping catheters
  • Coronary sinus catheters
  • EP cables
  • Introducer sheaths
  • Ablation catheter

  • Transseptal needles

  • Radiofrequency catheter


  • Arthroscopic shavers
  • Arthroscopic wands
  • Bits, burs, and blades

  • Shavers
  • External fixation devices and components

General Surgery

  • Clamps and dissectors
  • Infusion pressure bags
  • Reamers
  • Suture passers
  • Soft tissue ablators
  • Scissor tips
  • Balloon inflation devices
  • Endoscopic accessories


  • Sealers and dividers
  • Ultrasonic scalpels
  • Trocars
  • Laparoscopic instruments including babcocks, dissectors, graspers and scissors


  • Blood pressure cuffs and tourniquet cuffs
  • Patient fall alarms
  • Air transfer mattresses/Hovermatts
  • Pneumatic tourniquet cuffs
  • Infusor bags
  • Tourniquets
  • EKG and ECG leads and cables
  • Femoral compression devices
  • Pulse oximeter sensors
  • Sequential compression devices/DVT sleeves