Adverse Event Codes From IMDRF Now Used By FDA’s eMDR System
The US FDA has updated its electronic Medical Device Reporting system to accept adverse event codes devised by the International Medical Device Regulators Forum. The agency is urging reporters using an AS2 submission account to “update their systems as soon as possible.”
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