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New Indian Medical Device Certification Scheme To Fill Regulatory Vacuum

This article was originally published in SRA

Executive Summary

A new voluntary scheme is expected to be launched in India on March 15 that will allow private conformity assessment bodies to be approved by the country's national accreditation body so that they may assess and certify the quality management systems and other essential requirements of medical device companies against international standards.

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