Exploring the Diversity of Medical Devices for Health Promotion in Brazil

Overview: Brazil stands out as the main market for medical devices in Latin America, with an established, albeit complex, regulatory system. Medical products in the country are regulated by the National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA). Against this backdrop, we explore the main types of medical devices and their specific applications within the Brazilian context. Introduction: […]

“Electronic Submission Now Available for Investigational New Drug Application (IND) Safety Reports”

The FDA has issued a reminder to drug sponsors and researchers regarding its recent publication of guidance outlining the process for electronically submitting investigational new drug application (IND) safety reports to the FDA Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS). IND individual case safety reports (ICSRs) can now be submitted electronically through either the Electronic Submission Gateway in ICH E2B (R3) format or via the Safety Reporting Portal, with the FDA now accepting such submissions.

Health Product Labelling Requirements for Imported Products into Brazil

The import of Health products into Brazil is subject to various regulations, with proper labelling being a crucial part of this procedure. These regulations cover the current standards for labelling imported products, outlining the responsibilities of importers and the essential elements that must be included on labels.

US FDA Publication on Integrating Artificial Intelligence into Healthcare Product

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Overview of Medical Device Anvisa Regulations in Brazil

Overview of Medical Device Anvisa Regulations in Brazil

The most important regulation for Medical Devices in Brazil is RDC 751/2022, which provides for the risk classification, notification and registration regimes, labeling requirements, and instructions for use of medical devices.