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FDA Calls For Full Risk Reviews For Device Changes In 510(k) Modifications Draft

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US FDA wants sponsors to complete risk-based assessments and thoroughly consider unintended outcomes of changes they make to already-cleared devices, says a new, highly anticipated draft guidance on 510(k) modifications. This is true whether alterations are made by manufacturers to improve safety or effectiveness, enhance labels, change technology or engineering, or to upgrade materials in a device.

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