Devices industry presents its position on key EU issues
This article was originally published in Clinica
There has been a poor response to the EU's pilot project for medical device manufacturers to make public information on aspects of regulatory compliance of their devices under the Device Information Bulletin (DIB) scheme. However, a high profile was given to the scheme at the Technical Forum organised by the European medical device industry association, Eucomed, on April 28 in Brussels, an initiative which could galvanise more companies into action.
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