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AUSTRALIA: Effects on Australia Registrations by the EU MDR Transition – January/February 2023

AUSTRALIA: Effects on Australia Registrations by the EU MDR Transition – January/February 2023

  • 2023-01-19 06:20:26

Most medical devices included in the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) are supported by an obtained EU MDD certification and may need to transition to the new EU MDR in order to continue to be supplied in Australia.

Yet, many manufacturers are currently dealing with challenges regarding the switch from the EU MDD to the EU MDR. This includes additional requirements for the quality management systems (QMS) of the manufacturer, requiring higher standards in the clinical report to support the patient safety when using the medical device, classification rules changes, and other detailed technical document requirements.

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TAIWAN: Product Registration Guidance for Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning-Based Computer-assisted Detection (CADe) and Diagnosis (CADx) Software – October/November 2022

TAIWAN: Product Registration Guidance for Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning-Based Computer-assisted Detection (CADe) and Diagnosis (CADx) Software – October/November 2022

  • 2022-10-24 09:56:11

TFDA has recently announced a specific product registration guidance for AI/ML-based computer-assisted detection (CADe) and computer-assisted diagnosis (CADx) software. Through the application of AI and ML-based technologies in detective or diagnostic medical devices, these kinds of products could be essential for medical personnel by decreasing required reading time with better diagnostic performance.

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MALAYSIA: New Guideline Document MDA/GL/08: Re-Registration Of Registered Medical Devices – July 2022

MALAYSIA: New Guideline Document MDA/GL/08: Re-Registration Of Registered Medical Devices – July 2022

  • 2022-07-26 11:19:48

The Medical Device Authority (MDA) published a guideline document to provide information and explanation to establishments on how to submit a re-registration of registered medical device applications in Malaysia. The document prescribes the requirements for re-registration of registered medical devices for medical device registration applications that are about to expire or have already expired.

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