Clinical investigations for medical devices, which include testing of medicinal products

Updated 10 April 2018

If you apply for a clinical trial/investigation, which includes the testing of a medicinal product against a medical device that is not CE marked for the intended purpose, you only have to submit one electronic application to the Danish Medicines Agency.

How to submit the application

Companies, including CROs (Contract Research Organisations), can apply for clinical trials of medicines in humans, which also include the testing of medical devices, via DKMAnet, our access-controlled extranet: Applicants who do not have access to DKMAnet can send the documentation electronically on CD-ROM or via Eudralink.

Read more:

Please specify in your cover letter that you apply for this type of investigation.

Required documents

The application must include the following documents:

Note that the executive order on clinical trials of medicinal products in humans and relevant executive orders on medical devices must be complied with.


Please note that we charge a fee for both the application for clinical trials of medicinal products and the application for clinical investigations of medical devices

The scientific assessment will start when we have received your full submission, which means that our Clinical Trials and Medical Devices units must have validated the documentation submitted.

During the parallel validation, the Clinical Trials and Medical Devices units may write to you if we require additional information for the assessment.

Both the Clinical Trials and Medical Devices units will make a decision.

Did you get answers to your questions?

Please tell us how we can improve our website? Please note that we do not answer questions asked via this feature.