CDRH Plans To Redraft Maligned 510(k) Modifications Proposal
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Center Director Jeffrey Shuren says it was not CDRH’s intention to force more 510(k)s for device modifications with its July 2011 draft guidance. The center plans to take the unusual step of issuing a revised draft to respond to industry complaints.
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