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SCHLUMBOHM Medizin-Labor-Technologie GmbH
21079 Hamburg, Germany
Telephone: +49 (40) 76 91 50-0
Fax: +49 (40) 76 91 50-26
Internet: www.schlumbohm-medizintechnik.de, www.schlumbohm-medlab.com, www.schlumbohm-medlab.de
Entered in the commercial register for Hamburg, HRB-No. 42 137
Director: Tobias Schlumbohm
Turnover tax ID No.: DE118597753
Tax No.: 47/757/00349
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Reporting obligations of the operator and user of medical devices conform with the German Medical Devices Act (MPG) and the Medical Devices Safety Plan Regulations (MPSV). Any events are to be reported to the German Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM) without delay. The latest report form for the reporting of events by owners and users can be downloaded as a document from the BfArM website: http://www.bfarm.de/.
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