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Labelling and IFU requirements of the New EU IVDR

Information for use (IFU) and labels must be provided with every In-Vitro diagnostic medical device, containing information to identify the device, its manufacturer and any relevant safety and performance information for the user or any other person.     Such information may be found on the device itself, in the packaging, or in the user instructions (IFU), and if the manufacturer has a website, it must be made available and maintained up to date on the website. Updates in Labelli...
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Product Liability Insurance for Medical devices

Medical devices are subject to product defects. These product defects arise due to design, manufacturing or even a failed instruction for use of a product. These defects can cause risks to patients, who in turn can sue the manufacturer for the damages caused. As medical device manufacturers, it is imperative to choose insurance that best covers themselves as well as their affiliates. Product liability was brought in place to ensure that potentially unsafe products are discouraged from being plac...
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Establish a Medical Device Startup Company

Introduction: Medical device startups play an essential role in revolutionizing patient care and improving quality of life. If you share our passion for innovation, starting a medical device company could prove rewarding yet challenging – this article offers comprehensive guidance to help get one started. Tips to start a Medical Device Startup Company 1. Brainstorm an Engaging Idea: Every successful medical device startup begins with an original idea. Start by researching the healthcare in...
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MDCG Position Paper on the Implementation of UDI Requirements for Contact Lenses, Spectacle Frames, Spectacle Lenses & Ready Readers 

The Medical Device Coordination Group (MDCG), which was founded in accordance with Article 103 of Regulation (EU) 2017/745, has approved this document. Every Member State is represented on the MDCG, which is presided over by an official from the European Commission.   The document cannot be regarded as representing the official stance of the European Commission because it is not a document from the European Commission. This paper does not contain any legally binding opinions. The only...
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Definition of a Medical Device around the global market

What is a Medical Device? The simplest definition of a medical device is a product used for treatment except for medicines. It is imperative to understand if the product classifies as a medical device and apply the regulations after defining it properly. An essential aspect of defining a medical device is its intended use. Intended use is the purpose of the device specified by the manufacturer. In this article, we have brought up the definition of “medical device” for a few major countries....
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Navigating Healthcare with Implant ID Cards: What You Need to Know?

Implant ID Cards Introduction Implanted medical devices, from life-saving pacemakers to pain-relieving joint replacements, are transforming how we manage health conditions. However, carrying these technological marvels within our bodies presents a unique challenge: readily accessing critical information about them when seeking medical care. This is where the power of implant ID cards comes into play. Think of these cards as miniature medical passports, discreetly holding a wealth of knowledge ab...
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OMC Medical to Showcase Global Market Access Solutions at KIMES 2024 

Book time with Gayathri Ganesan: KIMES Exhibition   OMC Medical Set to Attend KIMES, Invites Participants to Meet at UK Pavilion for Uninterrupted Market Access Solutions  SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA – February 21, 2024 – OMC Medical, a leading provider of regulatory support and market access solutions for medical device, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical manufacturers, announces its participation in the Korea International Medical & Hospital Equipment Show (KIMES) from March 1...
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Understanding the Key Responsibilities of an Authorized Representative in the Medical Device Industry

In the complex ecosystem of the medical device industry, ensuring compliance with regulatory standards and navigating the path to market access are crucial tasks. Amidst this complexity, one key player stands out: the Authorized Representative (AR). ARs are recognized globally under different titles, including Responsible Person (RP), Agent for Service of Process, Local Agent, Legal Representative (LR), and Designated Contact Point (DCP), Market Authorization Holder (MAH). Their role carries sig...
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Global Market Access Strategies for Software as a Medical Device (SaMD)

Introduction In the ever-evolving realm of healthcare technology, Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) stands out as a transformative force, offering personalized solutions tailored to individual patient needs. As demand surges for SaMD solutions worldwide, understanding and navigating international regulations are paramount for market access success. This article explores global strategies for achieving market access for SaMD, delving into the intricacies of international regulations and conform...
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Navigating Regulatory Requirements: Compliance Essentials for Post-Marketing Surveillance

The medical device industry thrives on innovation, but ensuring patient safety remains paramount. Regulatory compliance, particularly in post-marketing surveillance (PMS), is crucial for safeguarding patients and maintaining market access. This article explores the essentials of navigating regulatory requirements for medical devices, focusing on effective PMS practices. The Importance of Post-Marketing Surveillance Unlike pre-market testing, post-marketing surveillance monitors a device’s...
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