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Regulatory Change in Australia – TGA’s wish list for 2019

TGA works hard to keep up to date in this rapidly changing world and that’s certainly the case this coming year. An indication of reforms to come can be gained...
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How a No Deal Brexit may Jeopardise Medical Device Supply in Australia

This is not just a political temper tantrum in a small Island somewhere off the coast of France.  Brexit will have global implications: including some strange effects in markets far...
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Brexit – BSi confirms UK issued CE to become invalid

Brexit - this is where the wheels come off: UK (and now Dutch) Notified Body BSi has advised that all UK issued CE certificates become invalid in case of no...
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New Zealand WANDers towards increased device regulation

If you are WANDering about the title of this blog, yes, it’s a dreadful pun I know – but it’s that time of year. New Zealand’s Medsafe have issued a...
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Harmonization in Plain Sight. Are FDA and CE Substantially Equivalent?

Medical device harmonization continues to struggle, with substantial differences between FDA and Europe continuing to be an obstacle. However, current changes in Europe and proposed changes in the US may...
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Not so fast. What really happened with FDA’s clearance of the Apple Watch ECG

There’s lots of noise about the very rapid de novo clearances for Apple’s “Irregular Rhythm Notification Feature” (DEN 180042) and ECG App (DEN180044) for the Apple Watch. FDA cleared both...
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FDA raises fees 4%

The new US financial year as always heralds increases in regulatory fees.  FDA published its 2019 fees at end of July. Fees are up around 4% across the board. The...
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Risk vs. Benefit FDA guidance gets to grips with uncertainty

Doing risk management in an uncertain world is why regulatory affairs are as much art as science. Innovators will continue to push the envelope of the possible while regulators will...
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FDA gives thumbs up to digital submissions

In a proposed rule announced 13 September, US FDA plans to do away with paper submissions. The agency isn’t quite going fully digital yet – you still have to mail...
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Australia via 510(k): TGA – recognises US, Canadian and Japanese approvals with MDSAP

Australia’s regulatory system is modelled very closely on that of Europe. This equivalence of requirements and assessment pathways has allowed TGA to leverage prior CE marking to grant Australian device...

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