Category - Brexit

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MDR/IVDR Implementation: the transition period halfway point

If you are still free this Wednesday afternoon and somehow involved on the medical devices industry in the EU, our seminar that afternoon in Amsterdam is for you as it discusses where we are with the implementation of the MDR and IVDR. We still have a few seats available, so this will be time well […]

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Bottlenecks, Brexit and stalling CAMD roll-out

With the summer holidays about to happen and the halfway point of the three year transitional period for the MDR on the horizon, let’s take stock of where we are. If you are a manufacturer and have just started thinking about this MDR or IVDR thing, you are in a bad place. Maybe you have […]

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Bottlenecks, Brexit and stalling CAMD roll-out

With the summer holidays about to happen and the halfway point of the three year transitional period for the MDR on the horizon, let’s take stock of where we are. If you are a manufacturer and have just started thinking about this MDR or IVDR thing, you are in a bad place. Maybe you have […]

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Medical devices and the #Brexit

Wow, while I was still working on wrapping my head around the hundreds of pages of final texts of the MDR and IVDR, the Brexit happened. Speaking of surprises – this was a big one. I do not want to use this blog for political statements, so I won’t bore you with my personal opinion […]