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UL International will stop operating as a U.K. medical device notified body and severely limit its in vitro diagnostic activities from September onward.
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has today (15/07/2019), launched a 12-week consultation on how to best engage and involve patients in the Agency’s work.
The world’s only full colour, multi-material 3D printing technology is being used within France’s Bordeaux University Hospital (CHU) to improve kidney cancer surgery.
The chief regulator for medical devices and equipment wants to engage with end-users and their carers to ensure concerns over safety issues are heard more clearly.
Michael Goetzl says it’s time for industry to work in true partnership with health systems “at every step of the way” to speed up access to innovation.
The countdown to May 26, 2020, is on. That's when device makers have to comply with the European Medical Device Regulation, designed to ramp up stringency and breadth of pre- and post-market review infrastructure.
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