Canada issues final rules on classifying products as drugs, devices

03/18/2013 | Clinica (subscription required)

Health Canada has finalized guidelines for classifying therapeutic products as drugs or devices. The guidance sheds light on the considerations for determining whether a product is a medical device or drug, and it aims to promote a standardized and transparent process when deciding the appropriate regulatory pathway. The guidance notes that a product cannot be considered both a device and a drug.

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