The European regulations requires that manufacturers monitor the performance and safety of their devices through ongoing assessments.
It is critical to stay up-to-date with regulations and be supported in the recertification of medical devices.
MDR, short for Medical Device Regulation, is a set of laws developed by the European Union (EU) to ensure the safety and efficacy of medical devices available in EU countries. It covers all stages of the production chain - from design to manufacture and marketing. The purpose of MDR is to improve patient safety by ensuring that medical devices are of high quality, effective and reliable.
The Medical Device Regulation requires manufacturers to implement a systematic and ongoing process of post-market surveillance. This includes:
Such updates are essential in order to maintain compliance with all relevant regulations and standards over time.
Medical device manufacturers today face significant challenges in complying with the stringent Medical Device Regulation requirements. This can be a costly and time-consuming endeavor, leaving little room for innovation or patient care.
Non-compliance with Medical Device Regulation can lead to costly fines and cause serious damage to a company’s reputation.
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