US FDA Now Assessing UDI Compliance When Inspecting Device Firms
This article was originally published in SRA
Unique device identification (UDI) activities are now being reviewed by US Food and Drug Administration investigators during medical device facility inspections, an agency official says. In addition, firms that aren't required yet to abide by the UDI regulation will be quizzed about their preparedness.
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