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  • The short answer is yes, most states require an annual license to market medical electrical devices. Often it is a spin-off of their requirement for pharma companies to sell their drugs. This is normally taken care of by your local distributor. If you sell directly, then you will need a license. The regulations are evolving all the time so ...

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    Hello-- I was curious to know if the study group has been established?  I would be interested in participating. I too have some re-certification that needs to be done.  Thanks, ------------------------------ Amy Senior Quality Engineer Riverton UT United States ------------------------------

  • Hello, As per the the FDA guidance "Refuse to Receive standards" (Page 10) In-house methods used in lieu of USP methods should be compared to the USP method to support a demonstration that the in-house method is sufficient.  Thanks, Mehul ------------------------------ Mehul Govani RAC Regulatory Affairs Manager Westbury NY United States ----- ...

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