Proposed EU medical device committee may scrutinise notified body work
This article was originally published in SRA
A new committee to be set up as part of the recast of the EU medical device directives may take on the role of inspecting the work carried out by notified bodies, such as conformity assessments, according to proposals contained in a so-called "non-paper" from the European Commission1.
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