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Top 10 Articles of Summer 2019

By MedTech Intelligence Staff
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Here’s a hint: EU MDR and recalls were among the hot topics.

As we prepare to say goodbye to the unofficial end of the summer this weekend, we wanted to take a moment to share the most popular articles of the season. Enjoy!


Trends in Medical Device Recalls


UDI Implementation: Progress, Challenges, Where We Are Now


Regulating AI-Based Medical Devices: A Moving Target?


EU MDR Supplier Quality Requirements: Convergence of Best Practice and Regulation


EU MDR, UDI and Master Data: How to Ensure Label Compliance


Following Two Deaths, Teleflex Medical Recalls More than Six Million Endotracheal Tubes and Connectors


EU MDR: Changing World of Classification


EU MDR Post-Market Surveillance: Active, Integrated, Risk-Based, and Planned


Preparing for MDR: Don’t Forget about Class I Reusable Devices


IQ, OQ and PQ: The Backbone of Your Quality System

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