Busy schedule for EC device working groups
This article was originally published in Clinica
The diary of events for the European Commission's medical device working group kicks off during the autumn with a busy schedule this month. The Classification and Borderline Medical Devices Expert Group (MDEG) working group is due to meet on September 21, followed by the Clinical Evaluations Task Force four days later, on September 25, and the Vigilance MDEG group on September 27. Also planned is a meeting of the Market Surveillance Operations Group (MSOG).
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