The Indonesian government procurement agency, known as LKPP, has invited medical device companies to apply for any existing e-Catalogue contract extensions by July of 2019
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The CDSCO review process to generate a MD Form 15 typically takes 6 to 9 months with 6 to 8 weeks of application preparation. To be safe, manufacturers should begin the MD Form 15 application process 12 months before any deadline.
Manufacturers of non-Notified medical devices are advised to evaluate their products of interest for India and begin to build their application files for a Registration Certificate and Import License.
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Any company applying for new or renewal KGMP certificates after July 1, 2019 will be subject to several new requirements. This change has the potential to add significant time and cost to the compliance requirements for manufacturers that employ multiple outsourced manufacturing facilities.
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Surgical drapes and gowns have been added to the Indian list of notified medical devices. Manufacturers of these devices should take urgent action to prepare registration applications to maintain access to the Indian market.
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The Philippines FDA intended to implement the first two phases of the new medical device regulatory system (known as Administrative Order 2018-0002) on April 11, 2019, however the implementation date has been delayed. Extra time is needed for the CDRRHR to finalized guidelines for classification and grouping, etc. No formal guidance on the new target implementation date has […]
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This Notification announcement represents a departure from the anticipated process to add devices to those that require registration in India. Manufacturers of currently non-Notified devices should be vigilant about pending registration requirements.
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Thai FDA announced that hand sanitizer (alcohol gel) will require registration as a medical device (reference press released number สธ 1007/ว706 dated January 17, 2019). The change is expected to take place later this year when the new medical device classification guidelines are implemented. Since 2011, hand sanitizer with alcohol content of 62.4% by weight […]
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