Eucomed MedTech Forum 2010: EU team needed to analyse clinical investigations?
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
Should the European Commission create a structure whereby a high-level team of clinical and technical experts analyses a manufacturer's application for clinical investigation for a given medical device? And should such a procedure replace the current system where a single competent authority reviews the application nationally with the support of an ethics committee?
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