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And so starts the MDR/Brexit fallout… First LRQA and now QS Zurich fall by the wayside

Breaking News: As of June 13th, Lloyds Register Quality Assurance (LRQA) withdrew from MDD and IVDD services (see the announcement here). It's official, the first notified body based in UK...
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Europe’s pragmatic approach to clinical evidence for legacy devices – or why the devil is always in the detail…

Regulatory affairs demand attention to detail. So when the European Medical Devices Coordination Group released document MDCG 2019-3 - Interpretation of Article 54(2)b we regulatory geeks just knew we should...
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Fog in the Channel: a European Medtech Perspective on Brexit

An apocryphal newspaper headline reported, "Fog in the Channel - Continent Cut Off". All very whimsical and a metaphor for a peculiarly anglo-centric world view. But as the UK stumbles...
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Brexit – BSi confirms UK issued CE to become invalid

Brexit - this is where the wheels come off: UK (and now Dutch) Notified Body BSi has advised that all UK issued CE certificates become invalid in case of no...
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Halfway there? Will the MDR/IVDR train arrive on time – and what about Brexit?

As the implementation journey for the EU MDR/IVDR passes the halfway point, we provide an update to the current state of play and the impact on our industry. Many, if...
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Harmonization in Plain Sight. Are FDA and CE Substantially Equivalent?

Medical device harmonization continues to struggle, with substantial differences between FDA and Europe continuing to be an obstacle. However, current changes in Europe and proposed changes in the US may...

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