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Clinical Evaluation of Medical Devices

Clinical evaluation of medical devices is a key component of the EU MDR 2017/745 article 61, technical documentation. There are several reasons why it is required:


  • Demonstrate the clinical benefit of the device when used as intended by the manufacturer
  • To assess the risks associated with using a medical device
  • Provides evidence to support the decision to approve a medical device for use
  • Important for monitoring the safety and performance of a device after it has been approved for use


Clinical evaluation is a continuous process of generating, collecting, analyzing, and evaluating clinical data under assessment in order to demonstrate conformance with general safety and performance requirements as per the manufacturer’s intended use. It begins at the development stage and continues throughout the life cycle of medical devices.


We are a team of regulatory professionals and clinical evaluation report writer. We solve every obstacle in the path of MDR Article 61 and MEDDEV 2.7/1 Rev. 4 compliance. We provide end-to-end solutions for small, medium, and large-scale medical device manufacturers across the globe.


Our experts and writers have a deep understanding of the MDR article 61 requirements, including the specific requirements of different notified bodies. This expertise is essential for ensuring that the clinical evaluation report meets all the necessary documentation and is accepted by the notified bodies.

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MedDev 2.7.1 Rev 4 Clinical Evaluation Guidance

MedDev 2.7.1 Rev 4 guidance for making clinical evaluation report, explain how to do a clinical evaluation, what information is needed, and how an evaluation is conducted. This data should be analyzed and added into the CER. The clinical data is analyzed to identify any gaps or uncertainties that need further evaluation and to show conformity with the general safety and performance requirements.

Medical Device Clinical Evaluation Process

The medical device clinical evaluation process is a systematic and ongoing assessment of clinical data to verify the safety and performance of the device throughout its lifecycle. Here’s an overview of the clinical evaluation process:

1. Through understanding of Medical Devices Regulation and Guidance documents

MEDDEV 2.7.1 Rev.4 and 2017/745 article 61

2. Clinical Evaluator

Identify a Clinical Evaluator who must have training and experience in the device under evaluation.

3. Interpretation of Preclinical Data

The preclinical testing data  to determine the performance and safety based on the benchmark values

4. State of the Art

As per 2017/745, the CER must demonstrate the state-of-the-art thorough analysis of various parameters and technologies used for similar devices across the globe.

5. Equivalent Device

Devices with the same intended use, same technological characteristics, and biological aspects are considered as the equivalent device

6. Scientific Literature Search

Scientific literature is a permanent record of collective achievements based on the study, and it is the primary medium for communicating the findings of scientific research.

7. Sufficient Clinical Data Collection.

Sufficient clinical data are described as data relating to safety, performance, and side effects in medical equipment in the way they are intended to be used from human clinical studies for the topic, basic devices, or equivalent technology.

8. Technical Documentation

Technical documentation covers clinical evaluation reports in 2017/745 and has been connected through the conformity procedure.

9. Post Market Data

Post-market activities are essential for generating clinical data about the medical devices, which can help discover uncommon occurrences and accidents that were previously unknown.

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Post Market Clinical Investigation

Medical device post market clinical follow up is an integral part of new MDR documentation. Clinical Investigation is a part of Post market Investigation. It is a systematic study performed in humans to access the safety and performance of medical devices based on the comprehensive analysis of available pre-clinical, (Safety), and post-market data relevant to the intended purpose of the device.


Clinical investigation of medical devices carried out in human subjects to assure the safety and performance of a medical device meet the manufactures intended claim. It is my understanding the device to be investigated can be a new medical device or a device already in the market.


A clinical investigation is considered as the back born with data to prove safe use of device. Results of the investigation moved to clinical evaluation report to demonstrate safety and performance. ISO 14155:2011 addresses good clinical practice to perform Clinical Investigations.

Clinical Trials of Medical Device

Clinical Trials are scientific investigations carried out to determine the performance, safety, and potential hazards of using a medical devices on humans. Clinical trials generate high-quality data that may be used to make healthcare decisions. Clinical trials are the last stage of the research and development process before it is tested on people.

Today we will sharing the process of clinical evaluation under European medical device regulation EU MDR. We will begin by outlining the regulatory background process and defining key terminologies. The clinical evaluation of medical devices is an important part of conformity assessment for all medical devices, regardless of which risk classification they fall under. It is also closely linked to the risk management process and post-market surveillance activities. This page will clarify and emphasize these parallels throughout each step of the process.


Let’s begin by clarifying the regulatory background and key terminologies for medical device regulations, and other documents, all of which manufacturers must take into account throughout the process. As per the medical device regulation, MDR clinical data refers to any data about the safety and performance of a medical devices and can be obtained from multiple sources.


The most powerful and determining sources of data are derived from well-designed clinical investigations of the device in question. However, before beginning to plan such an investigation, manufacturers must first identify any current existing data that may be relevant to determining the safety and performance of the device.

Clinical investigations reported in the scientific literature of a similar device. These similarities will be discussed in detail later on, published scientific literature from other experiences or usages, indications of the device in question, or a relevant similar device. Once a device is on market data from the post-market surveillance activities, particularly post-market, clinical follow-up efforts must also be included in the CER.


Before jumping into the first step of the evaluation process, creating a plan, let’s review some important prerequisites. Before a clinical evaluation can begin, several essential prerequisites must be met. The intended use must be clearly defined in terms of the target patient population, a thorough risk assessment must be conducted to define safety claims resulting from a full benefit-risk analysis of the medical device within the defined intended use.


A CER is the evaluated clinical data gathered either through your device’s clinical examination or from other research on equivalent devices considerably.