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Steps for Class I medical devices compliance

  1. Classification: ensure the device is a Class I medical device.
  2. Choose Conformity Assessment Route: refer the flow chart below.
  3. Compile the Technical File.
  4. Declaration of Conformity.
  5. Appoint an Authorised Representative. (register with the Competent Authority)
  6. Vigilance and Post Market Surveillance. (affix CE marking & market the products)

Class I Medical Devices: Conformity Assessment Routes

The conformity assessment routes for Class I Medical Devices

  1. The manufacturer is responsible for ensuring that his product complies with all the relevant Essential Requirements of the Directive and must draw up a written statement to this effect (self-declaration).

  2. Class I Medical Device without a measuring function and supplied in non-sterile condition does NOT require the involvement of a Notified Body. Conformity to the International and European Standard EN ISO 13485 is voluntary.

  3. Manufacturers of sterile products and devices with a measuring function must apply to a Notified Body for certification of the aspects of manufacture relating to sterility or metrology.

  4. Once the manufacturer is satisfied that his products meet all the relevant Essential Requirements, the manufacturer, or his European Authorised Representative if the manufacturer is located outside of EEA, must register with the Competent Authority (CA). He may then affix the CE marking on his products and place them on the EEA market.
Flow Chart of Class I MDD

  • Examples of Registration
    Confirmation Letter issued by UK Competent Authority MHRA for Class I Medical Device

  • Medical Devices MDD conformity assessment procedures table

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