By when do I need to update the Clinical Evaluation Report?

Q&A with Rob Swinnen, Regulatory Affairs Manager, genae Belgium

Q: By when do I need to update the Clinical Evaluation Report (CER)?

A: The Clinical Evaluation Report is just the last phase of the clinical evaluation process itself. It’s important to realize that the entire process including the report writing should be repeated on a regular basis.

Information on the frequency is one of the items which has been further clarified in the MEDDEV 2.7/1. Updating of the clinical evaluation is needed whenever you receive new information from your PMS that affects the clinical evaluation.

If this is not the case, then frequency depends on the risk of the device, but also on how well established the technology is. In short, you can say that the frequency varies from annually to every 2 to 5 years.

Find out how genae can perform and document clinical evaluations.

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