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MDR Guidance: Most User Errors Should Be Tracked, Not Reported As Adverse Events, FDA Says

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Device manufacturers should track and trend quality information that shows that a product was used incorrectly, and not necessarily file a Medical Device Report, US FDA guidance says. The document also includes a bevy of other advice, including MDR reporting requirements around contract manufacturing, exemptions and product problems discovered in literature.

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