By Robert Zott, Director of Advisory Services Development
Originally published February 15, 2019
In this final installment of the new Post-Market Surveillance (PMS) requirements from the forthcoming Medical Device Regulation (MDR), we’ll examine trend reporting (Article 88 of the MDR), the analysis of serious incidents and field safety corrective actions (Article 89), and the technical documentation requirements for PMS (Annex III). As the countdown continues, there is now 1 year, 3 months and 14 days until the May 26, 2020 application date that shall bring the MDR into effect. As the date approaches, we have observed an escalation in the number of companies ramping up their PMS activities and urgently seeking audits.
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