Creating instructions for use (IFU) for medical devices requires quite a lot of responsibility.
In fact, you need to combine your techcomm skills with project management, administrative and legal skills. Luckily, what needs to be included in the instructions for use for medical devices has been determined in relevant legislation. Go the the full article
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