CE-marked implantables face rejection by uncertain authorities
This article was originally published in Clinica
Manufacturers which CE-marked their active implantable medical devices five years ago are having their products rejected by some regulatory authorities and purchasers because of uncertainty over their legal status. All devices could be affected as they reach their five-year anniversary.
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