Saudi Arabia sets outs conditions for importing medical devices for training purposes
This article was originally published in SRA
The Saudi Food and Drug Authority has issued guidance explaining how medical devices that have not been approved for sale can be imported into the country for the sole purpose of demonstration or training of health personnel, such as physicians and surgeons1.
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