After two years of hitches, Czechs set 1998 target date for new medical devices law
This article was originally published in Clinica
It looks likely that the Czech Republic's medical devices law will be ready by August 1 1998, three years later than originally hoped. It will write into the national law of the country the EU's Active Implantable Medical Device Directive and Medical Devices Directive.
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