In a hurry? Medical devices news is here! This week’s top headlines include an update from the MHRA on ‘no-deal’ Brexit devices and clinical trials guidance, the rise of global 3D printing in medicine, predictions on worldwide growth of the medical device connectivity market, and how the UK plans to unlock the growth of sci-tech within the sector.
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The MHRA has issued updated guidance on how the UK would regulate medicines, medical devices and clinical trials in the event that the UK leaves the EU with no withdrawal arrangements in place.
The UK government has science front and centre in the Industrial Strategy. Life science leads the way […] and the health of the sector in 2019 will continue to be a major focus as the UK navigates all the issues surrounding Brexit.
Global Medical Device Connectivity Market has accounted for USD 5.7 billion in 2016 and is expected to reach USD 46.4 billion by 2024.
Medical device manufacturers will not be required to obtain new 'CE' markings for their products in the immediate aftermath of Brexit, the MHRA has confirmed.
Technavio has announced the release of their research report on the Global Dental 3D Printing Devices Market for the forecast period 2019-2023.
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