The FDAnews report EU MDR Compliance can help. Our editors have combed through the regulations, picking out the most minute compliance points and building them into a checklist of 200+ requirements you can use to confirm that you are satisfying all the EU mandates for device manufacturing.
Manufacturers should use a two-step approach to grade nonconforming products — a matrix for determining the initial number, followed by escalations to set a final grade, according to a proposed guidance released last month by the Asian Harmonization Working Party. Read More
Devicemakers that operate in Brazil should be checking to see that none of their business holdings has been charged with corrupt practices — either in Brazil or elsewhere in the world, experts warned during a recent American Bar Association meeting devoted to the country’s new antibribery law. Read More
A series of joint assessments of EU device notified bodies found a “generally satisfactory” level of compliance with legal requirements and best practices, but revealed multiple issues with organizational requirements and quality management systems, according to an interim report by the Notified Bodies of Government. Read More
The Sorin Group has sent a Dear Doctor letter to physicians after Hong Kong’s Department of Health received eight reports of faulty elective replacement indicators used to program the settings on three of the company’s pacemakers. Read More
Manufacturers should use a two-step approach to grade nonconforming products — a matrix for determining the initial number, followed by escalations to set a final grade, according to a proposed guidance released last week by the Asian Harmonization Working Party. Read More
Aptalis, a specification developer for the Flutter mucus clearance device, failed to report a contract manufacturer’s rework of devices to correct issues both this year and in 2012, a recent FDA warning letter says. Read More
CDRH plans to roll out 12 final guidance documents in fiscal 2014, including guidances on cybersecurity, the device appeals process and the global unique device identification database, or GUDID, the center revealed Thursday. Read More