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Indian licensing set to increase upon regulation

This article was originally published in Clinica

Executive Summary

The financial advantages of a regulated medical devices sector in India are described in a new report, which points out the increasing licensing opportunities that would become available. Currently, the number of medical devices regulated in India is not high - radiological equipment, such as X-rays and CT scanners (by the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board), and 10 sterile medical devices (under the Drugs and Cosmetics law - see Clinica No 1182,p2).

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