US Approvals Analysis: Original PMA Slowdown, De Novo Upswing Among Recent Trends
The volume of original PMAs coming to US FDA for review is down recently, while panel-track supplement, de novo and 510(k) volumes are up. October, meanwhile, was a relatively light month for novel device approvals, but better-than-average for 510(k) clearances.
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