Brazil moves to ease market registration:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Brazilian healthcare surveillance agency - Agencia Nacional de Vigilancia Sanitaria (Anvisa) - has announced plans to ease the process for market-registration of medical devices, equipment and supplies. To this effect it hosted the first technical conference on basic registration procedures for healthcare products, held on July 14 in Brasilia. The following industry associations were among the participants: Abimo, for the medical, odontological, hospital and laboratory equipment sectors; Abimed, for medical technology importers; Abraimi, for implant importers and distributors; and the Brazilian chamber for laboratory testing (CBDL).
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