Australia wants to conduct its own assessments of higher-risk devices

01/21/2013 | Clinica

Australia wants to add implantable devices and surgically invasive devices intended for long-term use to the list of products requiring a mandatory application audit by the country’s Therapeutic Goods Administration. The TGA also wants to allow Australian manufacturers of low-risk medical devices to use a European conformity assessment instead of requiring TGA scrutiny.

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