An important first step for manufacturers in getting their in vitro diagnostic device (IVD) into the European market, is classifying it.
Determining the product classification is important, because it determines the product conformity route that manufacturers need to take in order to achieve product approval before you can launch your product into the European market.
Classifying your product and determining the related product conformity route will also help you work out what is required during the product development process, as well as establish the costs involved in preparing your product for the market.
The classification rules shown within the guide will help you determine which classification applies to your IVD.
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