Regulatory guidelines for medical devices in India: An overview
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reforms imminent in India will be crucial for foreign companies looking to enter or expand their business in Indiaâ€™s medical markets. It is hoped that the guidelines are implemented and regulated properly with effective outcome.This article highlights current regulations pertaining to applications for medical device registration certificates, medical device clinical trials, and
medical device manufacturing/importation licenses.
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