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FDA Approval

Posted by Henk Visser on February 21, 2006
We are developing a medical device that is going to need FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approval. Does anyone have any knowledge of how the software running on a medical device is examined? Any issues with FreeRTOS?



RE: FDA Approval

Posted by Richard on February 22, 2006
Hi Henk,

I will contact you separately. If you do not hear from me in the next couple of days (the SourceForge email is not always behaving well) then drop me an email using the address from the Contacts page of the FreeRTOS.org site (r _dot_ barry at free rtos _dot_ org).


RE: FDA Approval

Posted by Richard on February 22, 2006
Your sourceforge email is bouncing :-(


RE: FDA Approval

Posted by Henk Visser on February 22, 2006
dutchman at h o t m a i l dot com

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