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Spain to transpose Medical Devices (MD) Directive in first quarter of 1996

This article was originally published in Clinica

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Spain has delayed the transposition of the Medical Devices Directive until the first quarter of 1996, says the Ministry's health products division. The long approval process is quite normal for Spanish Royal Decrees, particularly in this case since the Directive is very complex and has to pass through many ministries for comment, Maria del Carmen Abad Luna, deputy director of healthcare products at the Health Ministry told Clinica. In Spain, specific national measures within the draft directive include:

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