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How to meet code quality requirements per the MDR and FMD directives? (RECORDED)

Held on Oct 13
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Get insights on the regulations for barcode quality and tips to how you meet them

  • What do the EU MDR (Medical Device Regulation) and FMD (Falsified Medicine Directive) demand for barcode quality? 
  • How to manage barcode quality using verification? 
    - How do verification standards work 
    - Proving code quality by verifying product samples (offline verification) 
    - Using machine vision to verify every code printed (inline verification) 
  • Embedding code verification into your quality management system 
    - Compliance with 21 CFR part11
Target audience: The webinar is mainly targeted Manufacturers and Machine-Builders within the Pharma and medical industries.