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Marcelo Antunes

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In accordance with Articles 23 IVDR and 26 MDR, having due regard to the views provided by the MDCG, the CND nomenclature, to be mapped to the GMDN nomenclature, will be made available in the future Eudamed.

The correspondence between the nomenclatures will be visible to operators and incorporated in the future database. This will allow all operators registering their device to find CND nomenclature equivalent to a GMDN code. To the purpose of providing better regulatory oversight over the EU nomenclature system, a sub-group of the Medical Device Coordination Group (MDCG) will be soon established.

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#2
Thank you Marcelo, for this and many more helpful posts in the past.

If the CND nomenclature is to be GMDN equivalent , free of charge, will the GMDN system survive?
It is hard to motivate maintaining two equivalent codes within the master data.

I would appreciate any thoughts or comments on this.
 

Marcelo Antunes

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EUDAMED/CND will in principle be for Europe only, so the GMDN will certainly have the rest of the world to offer to. however, if more regulations prefer a free system (maybe even using the future EU one), they might have some problems.
 

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