Note 1: Compliance
Compliance is defined by the level of compliance with the FDA regulations and eCFR. If the device is fully in accordance with regulations it's marked as YES. Otherwise, it should be stated as ALMOST or NO.
See more information on regulation standards on:
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Emergency Use Authorizations for Medical Devices
Note 2: Accessibility
Accesibility is defined by the level of access to find the materials for production. If the device only requires 3D printing, this should be marked with EASY. However, if it requires laser cutting and other machinery, or parts that are not easily available on the global market, it should be marked as MEDIUM or HARD.
Note 3: Leadtime
Leadtime should describes the total time takes to reproduce a project. It should be stated in minutes, hours or days.
|MIT Emergency Ventilator (E-Vent)||Ventilator Machines||Medical Supplies||Almost||MIT||https://e-vent.mit.edu/||n/a||Medium|
|Army-Type Pneumatic Ventilator||Ventilator Machines||Medical Supplies||Almost||Chris LB Graham||https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rVHYIbqTOxi_eoKPMiXU0LZzn2i0U49B9BmCQFQFFOo/edit#heading=h.zd4mdan4zmci||n/a||Medium|
|Open Mask||Face Shields (Full Face Protection / FFP)||PPE||No||https://open-mask.org||Medium|
|Disposable Face Shield||Face Shields (Full Face Protection / FFP)||PPE||No||Dani Epstein||http://daniepstein.com/daniepstein/3d-printable-face-shield/||Complete||Easy|