Guidance aims to relax Class A device licensing rules in Singapore

11/29/2012 | Clinica (subscription required)

The Health Sciences Authority in Singapore released draft guidance on new standards for licensing Class A medical devices. The new rules, which are part of a revised quality management program set to go into effect in January, will no longer require wholesale dealers and importers of Class A devices to receive third-party audits or certification when licensing their products.

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