Emergency Use Authorization Services

Our team can help you determine whether an EUA is an appropriate pathway for your device, prepare you for an EUA submission, and help you navigate the EUA submission process and comply with regulatory requirements under the EUA and following the COVID-19 pandemic.
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EUA Preparedness and Submission

Navigating the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) process can be challenging. Our team can help you determine if obtaining an EUA is an option for your medical device product. We can guide you in planning for your EUA and developing submission documentation, ensuring an efficient and timely submission process.

Post EUA Documentation

Issuance of an EUA does not indicate FDA clearance or approval. The product is authorized only during the public health emergency. Once the EUA is no longer effective, you will need to obtain the appropriate FDA clearance or approval to continue commercialization of your product. Our team can help you determine and comply with the applicable regulatory requirements under EUA and following the COVID-19 pandemic, including premarket submissions such as 510(k) and the Quality System Regulation (21 CFR 820).