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The requirements of Life Sciences companies (including in the pharma and medical device space) inevitably change over time. Sometimes, a change is due to regulatory requirements; sometimes, customer needs change. Keep reading if you want to...

In addition to meeting rigorous safety requirements, medical device manufacturers must also comply with strict quality standards. That is why a compliant Quality Management System (QMS) is fundamental to any Life Sciences company operating in the tig...

No doubt the world has changed in recent years. Yet innovation in the medical field is stronger than ever. 

Are you worried about writing a change control document for organization-wide change? It’s normal that this can feel like a gut-wrenching process sometimes. After all, change management is no easy task! The bigger the organization, the more arduous t...

How much do you know about Medical Device Coordination Group Documents? You may be more familiar with their abbreviation: MDCG. Developed on behalf of the European Commission, MDCG Documents are designed to help manufacturers understand how the Medic...

In the medical device industry, there are tons of abbreviations. And as a medical device professional you can easily get lost in this acronym ocean! The most important (and most confusing) abbreviations are DHF, DMR, and DHR. These three abbreviation...

The final date for all MDD-certified devices to be certified under the new MDR is May 25, 2024. Once a medical device is EU MDR compliant (even prior to this date), it can be certified under the MDR. However, it is not mandatory to obtain EU MDR cert...