COCIR/CEN/CENELEC workshop to demystify EU medical devices rules on software
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
COCIR, the EU trade association representing the radiological, electromedical and healthcare IT industries, is to co-host a workshop on 12 October that aims to clarify which software falls within the scope of the EU medical devices directives1.
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