Medical device regulations are becoming increasingly complex, posing a real challenge to the whole medical device industry, particularly manufacturers, importers and distributors. SCC as a service provider has been monitoring the recent developments to offer you expert advice tailored to your needs and help you prepare the required approval documents. We support both, newcomers and established companies, paying special attention to the implementation of the relevant requirements, which we have outlined for you below.
Regulatory requirements for medical devices
For the EU member states, medical devices are presently regulated by national laws which, in turn, are based on the European directives (MDD) 93/42/EEC and 90/385/EEC and the in vitro diagnostics directive 98/79/EC. With the new medical device regulation MDR (EU) 2017/745 being enforced in May 2017, the regulations defined therein are valid uniformly in the European Union, after the time of the transition period has elapsed. Compliance with these European regulations is a requirement for the CE marking and approval of your medical devices. With respect to the new situation in the UK, please visit our Brexit website on medical devices.
In the following, you can learn important aspects of the new MDR and what you need to know with respect to classification, conformity assessments, and the MDR implementation.
New MDR requirements and our services for their implementation
Risk assessment of medical devices according to ISO 14971
Biocompatibility of medical devices
Clinical evaluation, literature search
Qualification and validation
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