Storage and distribution are crucial parts of medical device management. Numerous people and entities are responsible for handling medical products that may be subjected to various risks at different stages in the supply chain, such as purchasing, storage, repackaging, relabeling, transportation, and distribution.    

The following are important points of this draft that should be observed by an establishment that is involved in the manufacturing, importation, trading, distribution, selling, and retailing of medical devices in the Philippines:


Installation and Servicing

Standard Operating Procedure

Medical Device Complaints


Return of Medical Devices


Disposal of Medical Devices

Receipt, Storage, Stock Handling and Delivery to customer

Recalled, Counterfeit, Adulterated, Tampered, Banned, Phase-out and Unusable Products



 PFDA Draft on Good Storage and Distribution Practices for Medical Devices