Tanzania identifies 16 device categories to kick-start first phase of registration drive
This article was originally published in SRA
The Tanzanian Food and Drugs Authority is asking manufacturers of 16 categories of medical devices to formally register their products with the agency as part of its efforts to establish a medtech regulatory framework for the country1.
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