EU Regs: Resource Gaps Could Threaten Existing Products, But Some Protections In Place
There is still a lack of clarity over whether notified bodies and competent authorities will find sufficient resources for the smooth implementation of the forthcoming Medical Devices and IVD Regulations. Does this mean some products considered safe today may have to be removed unnecessarily from the EU market?
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