Danish chamber of commerce says notified body should be followed up by reference lab

The Danish Chamber of Commerce is urging the Danish government to promote the establishing of a reference laboratory in Denmark, as the EU’s new rules concerning in vitro diagnostic equipment near.

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On May 26, the EU’s new In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices Regulation (IVDR) comes into force, and in connection with the new rules, a string of reference laboratories will have to be appointed across the EU to help test the effect and quality of in vitro diagnostic equipment.

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