Proposed EU regulations for devices call for further development of Eudamed database and more transparency
This article was originally published in SRA
The two newly proposed regulations for governing medical devices and in vitro diagnostics in the EU call for further development of the EU medtech database, Eudamed, to improve co-ordination and resource- and work-sharing between the member states as well as transparency1,2.
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