Brazil’s Anvisa Updates Medical Device Regulations with RDC 751/2022.
The Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA) issued the new medical device regulation RDC No. 751/2022 on Sept. 21, 2022.
US FDA Issues Rule to Streamline Radiological Health Regulations
On January 2023, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published Radiological Health Regulations for Recording and Reporting Radiation Emitting Electronic Products and Performance Standards for X-ray, Laser and Ultrasonic Diagnostic Products.
US-FDA Over-The-Counter Monograph Drug User Fee Program (OMUFA)
On March 14, 2022, FDA announced the rates for over-the-counter (OTC) monograph drug user fees for fiscal year (FY) 2022
REGISTRATION OF DRUG MASTER FILE (DMF) IN JAPAN
In Japan, the Drug Master File (DMF) is called “Master File” or “MF”. The Purpose of DMF is to protect the “know-how” of API manufacturing methods against the marketing authorization applicant (MAA) / holder (MAH) of pharmaceutical products. The foreign manufacturers of APIs can apply for DMF registration.
US-FDA Formal Meetings with OTC Sponsors
Overview: On February 1st, 2022, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a draft of guidance on formal meetings between sponsors of over-the counter (OTC) monograph drugs and the agency.The guidance clarifies how sponsors can obtain advice on studies to support their submissions. It also addresses meeting types, meeting formats, content of meeting requests […]
US-FDA TRANSITION PLAN FOR MEDICAL DEVICE UNDER EUA IN USA
On December 31st, 2021, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published the draft of new guidance that outlines the transition plan for devices granted and marketed in USA under EUA designation during the coronavirus pandemic.
Australia’s TGA Medical Device Reform to reclassify certain medical devices
TGA has decided to reform their medical device classification due to safety issues identified and to further harmonize to the European Union.
ANVISA NEW REGULATION FOR POST-APPROVAL CHANGES TO MEDICAL DEVICES: RDC 340/2020
On March 3, 2020, Anvisa published a new regulation “RDC 340/2020” that classifies the changes made to approved medical devices in Brazil, into three categories based on the level of risk .