Germany clarifies status of non-CE-marked devices
This article was originally published in Clinica
Manufacturers selling non-CE-marked medical devices in Germany have the confirmation they have been seeking that they will be able to continue transferring and selling on devices which were already in the distribution chain on June 14. Both chambers of the German Parliament have passed an amendment to the country's medical devices law clarifying the issue, which was due for publication last week.
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