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Ex-China FDA Commissioner Bi Jingquan’s new role, a waiver of bioequivalence testing for hundreds of drugs, data accuracy requirements and a new crackdown on compliance issues.
The US-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) treaty calls for the three countries to “recognize audits” performed under the Medical Device Single Audit Program. MDSAP is already used by device makers in the US and Canada so they can undergo one audit by an accredited third party to satisfy quality regulations. That leaves Mexico as the odd country out when it comes to using the popular program – and that means it has some catching up to do after the USMCA is ratified by all three nations. Former longtime FDA official Kim Trautman weighs in on how Mexico can incorporate MDSAP into its regulatory framework.
A panel of longtime industry experts offer manufacturers a list of things they should and shouldn’t do when an investigator from the US agency knocks on their facility door. In this first installment of a 10-part series, a procedure for hosting inspections is addressed.
As concerns continue to mount over a potential shortage of medical devices due to the closure of ethylene oxide (EtO) facilities, the US agency is looking for nine sterilizers in a pilot project that could allow them to get facility and process changes approved faster.
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