Eucomed against new EU medtech regs' proposed scrutiny of devices while EDMA can live with it
This article was originally published in Clinica
The European Commission’s lengthy consultation with industry over the revision of the medical device directives has paid off. The proposals for a Medical Device Regulation an IVD Regulation, just adopted by the commission, have genuinely been well received by industry – all except on one point. Amanda Maxwell spoke with the European industry associations for medical devices and IVDs, Eucomed and EDMA, including their new chief executive officer Serge Bernasconi, to ascertain their reactions
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