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EU Medical Device Regulation (EU MDR): A Practical Approach

Learn effective and practical approaches that meet EU medical device regulation (MDR) requirements, and how to update them based on notified body feedback.

Close-up of an electrocardiogram monitor in a hospital room

Section of 10.4.1 of the EU Medical Device Regulation (EU MDR) requires the identification of carcinogens, mutagens, and reproductive toxins (CMRs) and endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) over 0.1% w/w in invasive, or fluid or gas contacting materials. There is no one standard format for the output requirements. 

This webinar will discuss effective and practical approaches that meet the requirements of EU MDR and how to update them based on notified body feedback.

Learning objectives:

  • What are CMRs and EDCs?
  • What CMRs and EDCs are in medical devices?
  • How to identify CMRs and EDCs in medical devices


Bruce Calder, vice president of regulatory, Claigan

Webinar date:

Dec. 2, 2020

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EU MDR: A Practical Approach


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