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Electronic Labeling Requirements and Implementation- Using the Medical Device Directive to Drive Cost Effective Innovative Solutions Webinar

19 Nov 2013 - 19 Nov 2013 - WEBINAR



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Tuesday November 19, 2013 - 12:00 PM EST to 1:30 PM EST 

In today’s stringent regulatory environment where medical device manufacturers are often required to demonstrate traceability throughout the product lifecycle, accurate labeling is critical. The Commission Regulation (EU 207/2012) on electronic instructions for use (EIFU) was published in 2012 and finally came into effect in March of this year resulting in mixed reactions from industry. In order to fully comply with these requirements, regulatory teams must have a full understanding of the regulation and appropriate steps for implementation.




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