EU device vigilance: will scrutiny bring change?
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
EU notified bodies have long been the single aspect of medical device regulation that has been most under the spotlight. Now there is another contender: the regulatory authorities and their ability to effectively monitor the safety and performance of marketed products.
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