Cromos Pharma explains new EU Medical Device Regulation

Cromos Pharma explains new EU Medical Device Regulation

The EU Medical Device Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2017/745) came into effect on 26 May 2021, following a four-year transition period. From this date manufacturers must comply with the new regulation when bringing new medical devices to market. The legislation aims to improve the safety of medical devices in the EU.

A growing market for medical devices in the EU

Currently there are more than 500,000 types of medical devices on the market in Europe and this number is growing rapidly. Most people will have to use a medical device at one point in their lives. The new legislation repeals previous regulation from the 1990s and applies to medical device manufacturers, importers and distributors.

 Watch our short video on EU MDR:

EMA Q & A on new Medical Device Regulation

On the 22 June 2021, the EMA issued an updated Q&A about the new regulation:

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