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Design Output: A Review of 21 C.F.R. §820.30(d) and FDA Warning Letter Trends

Introduction

Does your company properly manage Design Outputs?  The FDA routinely examines this area as part of an audit process.   In this article we review what it means to have your design outputs in order as well as present some recent warning letter examples.

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