Self-Care Devices Will Need New UKCA Mark Post-Brexit
Self-care medical devices sold in Great Britain post-Brexit will require a new UKCA certification mark, which importantly will not be recognized in the EU, EEA or Northern Ireland, requiring manufacturers to navigate two separate regulatory systems.
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