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All manufacturers planning to sell a medical device in the Taiwan need to register their product with the Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (TFDA).
Before manufacturers of certain medical devices can sell within India, they need to be in compliance with India’s medical device regulations.
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This certification verifies that a device meets all regulatory requirements for IVDs, which will soon change under the new in vitro diagnostic regulation (IVDR 2017/746).
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All companies planning to sell a medical device or IVD in the United States need to register their product with the US FDA.
Selling a medical device in Japan requires manufacturers to comply with the Japanese pharmaceutical and medical device act (PMD Act) and its corresponding registration process.
To obtain access to the Australian market, medical device and IVD manufacturers will need to include their product in the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG).
In order to commercialize medical devices in the European Union, a CE Mark certificate is needed. This certification verifies that a device meets all regulatory requirements for medical devices under the new Medical Devices Regulation
Prior to being sold in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), medical devices must receive marketing authorization from the Saudi Food and Drug Authority (SFDA)
Foreign manufacturers entering the Malaysian market will be able to leverage their existing approvals in recognized reference markets
In Singapore, medical devices are overseen by the Health Sciences Authority (HSA). Classification of devices is similar to the system in Europe, but there are some differences.
This certification verifies that a device meets all regulatory requirements of the medical devices directive (MDD), In vitro diagnostic device directive (IVDD) or active implantable medical device directive (AIMD) as they apply to your product.
Medical device manufacturers who want to enter the Costa Rican market need to obtain approval from the Costa Rican Ministry of Health.
Medical device and IVD manufacturers that want to sell their products in South Korea will have to follow the requirements of the Medical Devices Act
To market a medical device or IVD, manufacturers must register with the National Food and Drug Surveillance Institute (INVIMA), the country’s medical device regulator.
Medical devices in Hong Kong are regulated by the Medical Device Control Office (MDCO).
In Mexico, medical devices and In-Vitro Diagnostic (IVD) devices are governed by COFEPRIS, a division within the Mexican Ministry of Health (Secretaría de Salud).
Medical device manufacturers need to obtain ANVISA (Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária) approval prior to selling their products in Brazil.