An outline of the best practices for five different Asian countries that provide an abbreviated “predicate” registration route.
A list of recently published and updated articles regarding medical device regulatory updates from the governing bodies throughout Asia.
The Philippines Center for Device Regulation, Radiation Health and Research (CDRRHR) has announced that Certificate of Medical Device Notification (CMDN) applications for non-Notified Class B, C and D Medical Devices will be extended to March 31st, 2024.
India’s CDSCO has issued important guidance on the process for medical device Import License renewal. This process is newly coming into effect, as the first round of Import Licenses issued under the new Rules will start to expire this year.
The NMPA Continues UDI Implementation in China with Third Batch Release announced February 17, 2023 including 103 types of Class II medical devices.
On March 3rd, 2023, the Deputy Prime Minister of Vietnam, Tran Hong Ha, signed Decree No. 07/2023/ND-CP (Decree 07/2023), which automatically extended the validity of import licenses to December 31, 2024.
Learn about the recent Virtual Regional Workshop on Good Regulatory Practices and Medical Device Regulation hosted by USAID, ANSI, and AdvaMed. Attendees gained valuable knowledge on navigating the complex world of medical device regulation, including discussions on specific GRPS, WHO global model regulatory framework updates, and country experiences with reliance models. Read on to discover the benefits of recognizing foreign conformity assessment results, transparency, predictability, inclusion, consistency, and accountability.
Get the latest insights on the Specialist Review Guidance for medical device registration in Thailand from the Thai FDA. Learn about the criteria that trigger a Specialist Review and how to potentially avoid it.
This blog serves as an important enforcement notice for manufacturers/importers that BIS certification is required for some of the electronic components/accessories included in medical devices, including batteries, monitors, power adaptors and more.
As manufacturers finish transitioning to the new EU MDR requirements, it will be important to understand the implications of these changes on existing licenses around the world.
The Philippines FDA has issued a new report entitled “Guidelines on the Food and Drug Administration’s Regulatory Responses During Declared National or State Public Health Emergencies.”