There are several devices that currently do not require a CE certificate under the Directives, which will need certification under the EU MDR by 26 May 2020 for continued market access. This may be due to up-classifications (e.g. some software that is currently Class I under MDD but are Class IIa or higher under MDR) or due to changes in the scope of the legislation (e.g. devices that contain non-viable derivatives of human tissues or cells, which are covered by MDR, but outside the scope of current device directives).
If you have any such devices within your portfolio and need assistance in upgrading your files and submission to your notified body, please do not hesitate to contact us.