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Australian regulator closes in on Class I devices

In 2014, the Australian Government announced the Expert Panel Review of Medicines and Medical Devices Regulation, which was tasked to assess and provide feedback on the regulatory framework for medicines...
Reform

Regulatory Change in Australia – TGA’s wish list for 2019

TGA works hard to keep up to date in this rapidly changing world and that’s certainly the case this coming year. An indication of reforms to come can be gained...
Australiabrexit

How a No Deal Brexit may Jeopardise Medical Device Supply in Australia

This is not just a political temper tantrum in a small Island somewhere off the coast of France.  Brexit will have global implications: including some strange effects in markets far...
KPI

TGA Releases Self-Assessment July-June 2018

As a final gift to members of the regulatory profession (or anyone who has an interest in bringing product to the Australian market), the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) announced the...
SurgicalXmesh

Update on Surgical mesh medical devices

From December 1st 2018, the TGA will strengthen their premarket assessment of surgical mesh medical devices by reclassifying all these devices from Class IIb to Class III. This reclassification will...
PatientXinstructions

TGA Introduces Patient Implant Cards…and the dates are approaching fast!

In October 2017, the Australian government approved regulations introducing requirements for manufacturers to provide consumer information with all new permanently implantable devices (other than those exempted) supplied in Australia. As...
Checklist 2

Adverse Events Increase in Australia

During August, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) published their 2017 overview of post-market monitoring in Australia. The report shows a sharp increase in the reporting of Adverse Events from 2017,...
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Australia via 510(k): TGA – recognises US, Canadian and Japanese approvals with MDSAP

Australia’s regulatory system is modelled very closely on that of Europe. This equivalence of requirements and assessment pathways has allowed TGA to leverage prior CE marking to grant Australian device...
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Taking a 510(k) Down Under…leveraging US (and Canadian and Japanese) approvals for TGA registration

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