EU UDI Deadlines, Documents And Planning: What Does Industry Need To Know?
Requirements for Unique Device Identification (UDI) will ultimately apply to all medtech manufacturers selling products in Europe. The upcoming mandates are complex and technical both for those developing UDI standards and for industry. Medtech Insight looks at progress so far on an EU UDI system, and sheds light on developments, terminology and how the system links together.
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