CMC's proposal for new guide on EU market surveillance for devices out by year end
This article was originally published in SRA
The EU's Central Management Committee (CMC) on medical devices, which comprises national competent authority experts, has put forward a proposal for a new work item on market surveillance to ensure a continuous and equally high standard of supervision among member states1.
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