IEC 60601 Changes Include Risk Management In Device Development Process
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The third edition of the International Engineering Consortium's 60601 set of standards for electromedical equipment will incorporate a risk management approach into the medical device development process as part of the industry's continuing effort to harmonize global standards and streamline regulatory approval processes.
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