BSI’s Gary Slack Explains Why MDR Take-Up Is So Slow
There is not much demand currently for testing against the EU's Medical Devices Regulation (MDR). But demand for certificate renewal under the current medical device directives is very high. What does all this mean as the EU attempts to introduce tighter requirements for medical devices?
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