Canada's device regulations set for July introduction but cost-recovery is delayed
This article was originally published in Clinica
Canada's new medical device regulations have been passed by parliament and will become law on July 1. All new devices launched after that date will be subject to the new regulations, while existing Class II, III and IV devices (ie all except the lowest-risk products) have to be licensed by February 1, 1999.
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