MDR/IVDR Corrigenda Due Final Sign Off Soon; Big Changes For Devices, Less So For IVDs
The European Parliament is about to sign off corrigenda to the Medical Devices and IVD Regulations. The headline news is a longer transition period for a huge swathe of class I products, but there are other changes too.
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