Will EU Medtech Conformity Assessment Certificates Remain Valid As Long As You Hope?
This article was originally published in SRA
A row has erupted over the validity of medtech conformity assessment certificates issued by notified bodies under the existing EU medtech framework following the full implementation of the new Medical Device Regulation. These certificates are usually valid for five years, but the anticipated transition period for the new regulation is three years.
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