Ukraine’s new medtech regulations in force, transition decision awaited
This article was originally published in Clinica
Delayed by a year, Ukraine’s new system of conformity assessment (CA) and notified bodies for medical devices came into effect on 1 July 2015 – although uncertainty over transition arrangements and some doubts over the level of preparedness persist. But the Ministry of Health remained true to its word: in autumn 2014, it committed to introducing the three technical regulations/decrees, in replacement of the state system of registration, by Q3 2015.
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