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Medical Device Registration Process in Brazil - Anvisa (Part 1)

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Marcelo Antunes

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Hello lanadi and welcome to the Cove!

Our product is being sold in the EU as a consumer device and is cleared by the FDA as a Class II OTC. If our competitor already registered their device in Brazil as a class III, how should we classify our device for Brazil? Does ANVISA use the EU classification or the predicate device already registered in their country.
The Brazilian classification is similar to the EU medical device classification scheme (the original one from the MDD).
 
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noshu

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Hello lanadi and welcome to the Cove!



The Brazilian classification is similar to the EU medical device classification scheme (the original one from the MDD).
Hello Marcelo,
I would like to know that please can you guide me that how a Brazilian company get the INMETRO and Anvisa registration.
I need the information step by step..
I will be thankful if you will help me in this way.

a very good Friday.
 
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Mondo 22

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Hi Marcelo,


Hope you are well,


How long are ANVISA and BGMP Certificates valid for?

Are they the same certificate?

Thanks,
 

Marcelo Antunes

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Re: Medical Device Registration Process in Brazil - Anvisa

How long are ANVISA and BGMP Certificates valid for?

Are they the same certificate?
Well, there´s only one certificate Anvisa gives, and it´s be BGMP certificate, so I think you are talking about the same thing.

It´s valid for 2 years.
 
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Mondo 22

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Marcelo,
Do you have any further information regarding the amendments to RDC 23 which will need to be complied with as of April 2013.
Is there an English version of RDC 23 (unlikely i know!!) or are you able to highlight the main points.
Thanks and regards,
Ray
 

tibon74

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Re: Medical Device Registration Process in Brazil - Anvisa

Hi!

We have submitted last september an inspection ANVISA request for our company in France. Is it true that it takes 1 years to have an answer from ANVISA? Is there a rule for inpection schedule ?
thanks !
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engmanager

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I know INMETRO is currently accepting IEC60601 3rd edition.

When will it be required for new submissions?

And, will we have to retest or recertify an already approved device that has approximately 4 years remaining with a current INMETRO certification.

Thanks.
 

Marcelo Antunes

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Re: Medical Device Registration Process in Brazil - Anvisa

Do you have any further information regarding the amendments to RDC 23 which will need to be complied with as of April 2013.
Nope, sorry!

Is there an English version of RDC 23 (unlikely i know!!) or are you able to highlight the main points.
No english version as always.....you can find the portuguese version in http://portal.anvisa.gov.br/wps/wcm...C_n_23_de_04_de_abril_de_2012.pdf?MOD=AJPERES and can use Google to translate the text.

The focus is on field actions. When there´s evidence that devices do not meet requirements for safety and effectiveness, a field action has to be performed. The rest of the RDC details timelines and other requirements.
 
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