Register your Medical Devices (MDs & IVDs) in Europe with Competent Authority MHRA- UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency.
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When to inform/notify/register with the Competent Authority?
- For General Medical Devices:
You must inform the Competent Authority when you first apply the CE marking to your
class I device(s). If you have a number of models and the CE marking procedure is
being introduced over a period, you may if you wish, inform the Competent
Authority of all devices when informing of the first CE marking.
Manufacturers of custom-made devices, systems or procedure packs, and
sterilisation companies, should register no later than the first time they claim
compliance with the Directive.
- For In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices (IVDs):
For In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices there is a transitional period until 7 December 2003 in respect of a device placed on the market and a transitional period until 7 December 2005 in respect of a device put into service, during which a manufacturer can choose either to follow existing national regulations to apply the CE mark. You must inform the Competent Authority when you first apply the CE marking to your IVDs.
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