Regulatory Short-Cut To Malaysia Set Out In Draft Device Guidance
This article was originally published in SRA
Malaysia’s Medical Device Authority has issued the first edition of a draft guidance document concerning the verification of regulatory procedures for medical devices that have been approved by "recognized" foreign regulatory authorities or notified bodies1,2.
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