Tag Archives: Clinical Evidence

CLINICAL EVALUATIONS & CLINICAL TRIALS IN THE EU – TAIPEI

I am very much looking forward to the Medical Device Clinical Trial Regulations and Practice Seminar in Taipei September 5th, where I will be speaking on the current EU standards regarding Clinical Evaluations and Clinical Trials as well as the … Continue reading

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Clinical evidence under the EU Medical Device Regulation: More firework on the way.

The EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR) and the In Vitro Diagnostic device Regulation (IVDR) entered into force, local governments published guidance how to deal with the new medical device regulations, there is debate on the implementation of the MEDDEV 2.7/1 … Continue reading

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EU MEDICAL DEVICE CLINICAL EVIDENCE 2016/2017

The year 2016 has been a very interesting one from clinical perspective with many developments in the EU medical device regulatory environment, and I am sure we are facing an even more interesting one coming up: The latest draft of … Continue reading

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MUTUAL ACCEPTANCE OF CLINICAL STUDY DATA IN DAILY PRACTICE

During the congress on clinical trials for medical devices in Berlin, I spoke on the mutual acceptance of clinical trial data. A short version of my presentation you can find on SlideShare: Globalization of Clinical Trials: Mutual acceptance of Medical … Continue reading

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MEDDEV 2.7/1 REVISION 4: A HIGHER DEMAND FOR CLINICAL EVIDENCE

In Europe the second quarter of 2016 is characterized by several big steps from clinical perspective: In April the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force, in June consensus was reached on the new Medical Device Regulation (MDR), and … Continue reading

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THE ON-SITE MONITOR: A SPECIES NEARING EXTINCTION?

Site monitoring represents minimally 15% of your total clinical study budget, and concerns an expense that benefits enormously from digitization and evolving regulatory insights: Electronic data capture and querying, online study training, remote monitoring, and risk-based monitoring, and makes you wonder whether it … Continue reading

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