CE (Conformité Européenne) Marking
CE mark indicates that medical device in the EU complies with the applicable EU regulations. CE marking enables the commercialization of products in European countries.
Medical devices need to comply with regulation (EU) 2017/745 of the European Parliament and the Council of April 5th, 2017 on medical devices, amending Directive 2001/83/EC. This is current regulation will be in force from May 26th, 2021.
Medical devices must undergo conformity assessment to ensure that devices are safe, meet specific performance standards, quality and perform as intended. Depending on the class of medical device, self-declaration or involvement of notified body is determined.
Key Players in CE Marking Process:
Competent Authority (CAS) is a member state organization responsible for market surveillance to ensure that devices comply with regulations and do not endanger the health or safety of any public.
Notified Body is a conformity assessment body designated by a member state to undertake conformity assessment activities for medical.
Economic Operator is a manufacturer, an authorized representative, an importer, a distributor, or a legal person.
The manufacturer is the one who markets a device under its name or trademark.
Authorized Representative or EC Rep is in the European Union which acts on behalf of a manufacturer in relation to the specific tasks regarding written mandate according to EUMDR with the manufacturer established outside the EU.
The importer is a person within the European Union the places a device from a third country on the union market.
A distributor is a person in the supply chain other than the manufacturer or the importer, making a device available on the market until the point of putting it into service.
CE Marking Process
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