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FDA Covid-19 Emergency Use Authorization (EUA): Non-Invasive Remote Monitoring Devices
May 27, 2020

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Many of our clients and colleagues in the medical device community, driven to help patients and the medical provider community in this challenging time, want to pursue FDA’s Covid-19 Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to do so.

If you’re a medical device manufacturer or supplier and have taken a look at FDA guidance for Covid-19 EUA and are a little confused or uncertain on the course of action to ensure medical device quality assurance, you’re not alone. That’s why Cannon Quality Group is pleased to announce a new series of infographics to help simplify the process and increase the medical device industry understanding of current FDA guidance and enforcement of the Emergency Use Authorization process.

The third of the 6-part series is focused on FDA guidance regarding Covid-19 EUA for Non-Invasive Remote Monitoring Devices, and later additions in the series will cover digital health devices and telethermographic systems.

Sign up to receive all 6 of the medical device quality management infographics in the series. Please select “Covid-19 EUA Infographics” from the pull down menu. Request your FREE consultation with us by indicating so in the “How can we help you?” box.

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