Guidance Needed To Explain Scope Of MDR’s Confusing Clinical Investigations Clause
Article 61(5) of the EU’s Medical Device Regulation gives certain manufacturers an exemption from having to perform clinical investigations by demonstrating equivalence to other companies’ products. But to whom does it apply and who could actually make use of it? Dr. Maria Donawa explains why clarification is urgently needed.
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