London, UK (PRWEB) August 27, 2014
China’s regulatory framework for medical devices is going through a period of dramatic changes. The country’s new leaders have admitted that the regulations for supervision and administration of medical equipment are far from being alongside rapid population growth and thriving economy over the past 30 years. Chinese state council issued the latest “Regulations for the Supervision and Administration of Medical Devices” to try to completely change such imperfect status. The latest “Regulations on the Administration of the Instructions and Labels of Medical Devices”, “Measures for the Administration of Medical Device Registration”, “Measures for the Supervision and Administration of Medical Device Distribution”, “Measures for the Supervision and Administration of Medical Device Production” and “Measures for the Administration of IVD registration”, recently issued by the CFDA, will come into force this year on the 1st of October. The radical change of regulations on medical devices is forecast to bring foreign and international medical device makers the maximum opportunities and challenges.
To achieve a successful entry into this lucrative medical device market and know how to ensure smooth business operations in China, the medical device manufacturers, overseas and multinational, must have a deep understanding of the latest regulations on medical device registration in the country.
New study “Latest Chinese Guidebook for Application and Approval of Imported Medical Device Registration: From Regulations to Practices (2014 Edition)” developed by Access China Management Consulting is now available MarketPublishers.com.
Title: Latest Chinese Guidebook for Application and Approval of Imported Medical Device Registration: From Regulations to Practices (2014 Edition)
Published: August, 2014
Price: US$ 1,250.00
The research publication provides the latest regulations for imported medical device registration and the practical operation how to meet these regulations to guide overseas medical device makers and producers to achieve a successful approval for their products’ entry into China’s market for medical devices.