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EU Publishes New Regulation to Address In Vitro Diagnostic Device (IVDD) Shortages: Key Updates and Recommendations for Manufacturers

On July 9, 2024, Regulation (EU) 2024/1860 was published in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) and took effect immediately. This new regulation aims to address the...
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September Newsletter

EU REGULATIONS The expert panel in the field of in vitro diagnostic medical devices now accepts submissions from notified bodies for the Performance Evaluation Consultation Pro...
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October Newsletter

EU REGULATIONS The expert panel in the field of in vitro diagnostic medical devices now accepts submissions from notified bodies for the Performance Evaluation Consultation Pro...
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November Newsletter

EUROPE EUDAMED Notified Bodies and Certificates Module – Relevant documents and information| 15 November 2021 Regulation (EU) 2017/745 on medical devices (MDR) and Re...
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December Newsletter

EU REGULATIONS MDCG 2022-4 – Guidance on appropriate surveillance regarding the transitional provisions under Article 120 of the MDR | 16 February 2022 Article 120(2) and...
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January Newsletter 2022

January Newsletter – EU Regulations MDCG 2022-1: Notice to 3rd country manufacturers of SARS-CoV-2 In vitro diagnostic medical devices | 12 January 2022 This not...
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February Newsletter 2022

February Newsletter: EU REGULATIONS MDCG 2022-4 – Guidance on appropriate surveillance regarding the transitional provisions under Article 120 of the MDR | 16 February 2...
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March Newsletter

AUSTRALIA March Newsletter: Consumer/Patient information materials requirements | 02 March 2022 On 26 October 2017, the Australian government passed laws requiring impl...
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April Newsletter

AUSTRALIA Transitioning to the new Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code | 05 April 2022 The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is updating advertisers on the transitional...
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May Newsletter 2022

EUROPEAN UNION (EU) Stricter rules for placing medical tests on the market | 25 May 2022 From 26 May 2022, new laws for in vitro diagnostic medical devices (IVDR) such as HI...
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June Newsletter

EUROPEAN UNION (EU) - JUNE NEWSLETTER Guidance document on the implementation of EU Product Rules 2022 | 29 June 2022 The ‘Blue Guide’ on EU product rules 2022 (Document...
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July Newsletter 2022

EUROPEAN UNION (EU) Harmonised administrative practices and alternative technical solutions| 13 July 2022 The MDCG guidance document advises the Member States and other rele...
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August Newsletter 2022

EUROPEAN UNION (EU) MDCG guidance on Notified body capacity and availability of medical devices and IVDs |26 August 2022 The MDCG acknowledges that there are still significa...
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September Newsletter 2022

EUROPEAN UNION (EU) Notified Bodies Position paper on application of hybrid audits for QMS assessments under MDR and IVDR|26 September 2022 The latest position paper discuss...
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October Newsletter 2022

Guidance on EU Authorized Representatives | 31 October 2022 Medical Device Coordination Group has updated its guidance on Authorized Representatives under MDR 2017/745 and IVDR...
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November Newsletter

EUROPEAN UNION (EU) EU guidance on reference laboratories for IVD medical devices | 30 November 2022 EU Commission has published new guidance for candidate reference laborat...
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February Newsletter

EUROPEAN UNION (EU) MDCG guidance on vigilance terms and concepts of EU MDR | 14 February 2023 The MDCG 2023-3 guidance document clarifies some of the essential terms and co...
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March Newsletter 2023

EUROPEAN UNION (EU) Guidance on MDR transitional period extension | 28 March 2023 The amendment of the MDR and of the IVDR through Regulation (EU) 2023/607 aims to ensure a...
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April Newsletter 2023

Germany Database for In vitro diagnostics Medical Devices notification | 25 April 2023 In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices Notifications includes notifications on the first...
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May Newsletter 2023

EUROPEAN UNION (EU) Updated MHRA guidance on significant changes under MDR | 12 May 2023 The guidance document MDCG 2020-3 Rev.1 is intended to clarify the concept of ‘sig...
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Cosmetic Regulatory Requirements in UK

In the United Kingdom (UK), cosmetic products are regulated under the UK Cosmetics Regulation 2019, which governs the safety and marketing of cosmetic products. This regulation largely mirrors the European Union's Regulation (EC)...

Cosmetic Blogs

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Switzerland Authorised Representative

Medical devices are regulated by the Swiss Agency for Therapeutic Product Manufacturer Responsibility 1.Ensuring medical devices are placed on the market is in accordance with the requirement of the
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Switzerland Medical Device Regulations

Switzerland Market Situation As the Institutional Agreement is missing (InstA) is missing, the EU has not updated the Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) No barrier-free access to the EU internal market
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Swiss Regulation QA WHITE PAPER

MEDICAL DEVICE REGULATION UPDATE IN SWITZERLAND 1. Who is responsible for medical device regulation in Switzerland? The Swiss Agency regulates medical devices for Therapeutic Products (Swiss medic) 2.
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Switzerland AR Responsibilities

Obligations of the Switzerland AR Responsibilities 1. Verify the DoC and technical documentation have been drawn up and where necessary conformity assessment procedure has been carried out. 2. Keep avail
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Swiss Manufacturer Obligations

1. Manufacturers outside Switzerland will need to appoint Swiss AR. 2. The Manufacturer will use commercially reasonable efforts to update its technicaldocumentation for the devices, to comply with the requ
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