GN Hearing's devices approved in the EU, granted CE marking

Going forward, hearing aids from GN Hearing can be sold on the European market as its products have been certified in compliance with the EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR).

Hearing aids manufactured by GN Hearing are in compliance with the EU's strict Medical Device Regulation (MDR), which came into force in May of this year, the company reports in a post on social media Linkedin.

GN Hearing has had its products assessed by German EU-notified body DQS (DQS Medizinprodukte GmbH) and is thus certified to market its hearing aids in Europe. In the future, selling hearing aids on the European market requires this certification, as the updated MDR makes new demands of medical devices, such as hearing aids.

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