Electronic instructions for use edges closer in EU
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
A new rule that would allow medtech companies selling into the EU market to attach electronic instructions for use (eIFU) to medical devices could come into force in 2011, according to Dario Pirovano, regulatory affairs consultant of EU industry association Eucomed1.
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