Israel to register medical devices
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Israeli government is to issue legislation requiring medical devices to be registered with the Health Ministry. All "life-saving" devices essential in emergency situations wil have to be registered from July 1st, 1995. All other devices, whether manufactured locally or imported, will have to be registered from January 1996.
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