EU rules on the plight of devices left in the distribution chain without CE mark
This article was originally published in Clinica
The European Commission has confirmed that non-CE-marked medical devices that are already in the distribution chain but not yet in use can be sold on and used after the Medical Devices Directive takes full effect. The Commission made this public on June 5 - just nine days before the Medical Devices Directive becomes mandatory.
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