The European Commission has issued revised guidance governing its medical device vigilance programs, which will go into effect in July. The revision is meant to provide explicit language on devices used in assisted reproduction technology and in vitro fertilization procedures as well as to clarify the monitoring of devices not intended to directly affect patients.
Revised EU medtech vigilance policy includes ART, IVF systems
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