Drop high-risk device scrutiny proposal, electromed industry tells Council
This article was originally published in Clinica
EU medtech industry association, COCIR, is lobbying the Council of the EU, via its Permanent Representations, using arguments that are laid out in its recently-revised high-level contribution on the proposed Medical Device Regulation (MDR). Notably, its document contains its own unique view on the most highly contested issue of the MDR: the regulation of high-risk devices.
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