Switzerland publishes new IVD (in vitro diagnostic) approval list
This article was originally published in Clinica
The medical device unit of the Swiss ministry of health (BAG) has published an updated list of in vitro diagnostics that are approved for marketing. The list, updated to June 30 was included in the latest edition of BAG bulleting. A printed edition of the list, contained in this month's BAG bulletin, is updated twice yearly. The list contained on the ministry's website is revised every 2-3, Gislind Krause-Jungo of the medical device unit told Clinica.
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