Documentation impacted by EU MDR
Updated: Mar 6
For medical device companies selling in the EU, the May 2020 deadline for Europe’s new Medical Device Regulation 2017/745 (MDR) is coming up soon. Post this date, non-compliant companies will lose their CE-mark certification and the right to sell to the European market. Compared to the MDD, the MDR 2017/745 takes a more life-cycle approach that is very similar to the one advocated by the FDA. The regulations feature several significant changes including new regulations associated with Vigilance and Post-Market Surveillance, Scope and Classification of Products, Changes affecting Notified Bodies, Unique Device Identification (UDI), changes in Safety and Performance Requirements, Person Responsible for Regulatory Compliance, etc. This transition also places a greater emphasis on clinical data and clinical evaluations with the introduction of strict rules for clinical investigations and alignment to the Clinical Trials Regulation.
The MDR implementation means updates to QMS documents that were based on the old Medical Device Directive, 93/42/EEC. The documentation impacted include those covering:
Supply Chain Management
UDI and Labeling
Post Market Surveillance
Periodic Safety Update Reports
Vigilance and Recall
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