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The agency urges sponsors to keep patient safety “first and foremost” in determining how to continue a clinical trial during a natural disaster, public health emergency, or other crisis.
Postmarket surveillance of AI/ML is a continuing issue for regulation, DHCoE acting assistant director MiRa Jacobs says.
New FDA Documents On Weight-Loss Devices, Software And International Harmonization As End Of Fiscal Year Nears
With the end of fiscal 2023 just over a week away, the US Food and Drug Administration has been publishing promised guidance documents, action plans and white papers. Medtech Insight’s round-up of four device-specific documents is below.
The US FDA has updated its final guidance to clarify use of the Breakthrough Devices Program in advancing health equity. The voluntary program was created to speed up the process of getting innovative medical devices to patients that treat life-threatening or debilitating diseases.
CMS has released a list of actions and guidance documents it plans to take to support the TCET pathway.
The US FDA has issued final guidance to assist developers in preparing various applications for medical devices that come in contact with the human body. The guidance also seeks to clarify the use of international standards in assessing device biocompatibility.
A highly anticipated final guidance from the FDA on Human Factor Studies answers frequently asked questions about human factor studies when designing combination products.
As part of its ongoing effort to modernize its the US FDA has issued three draft guidance documents it says will improve the safety of critical medical devices and strengthen the submission process.
Stay current on regulatory guidelines from around the world with Medtech Insight's Guidance Tracker. Forty-three documents have been posted on the tracker since its last update.
The Off-the-Shelf Software Guidance updates highlight industry advancements.
Researchers, research offices and ethics committees are being encouraged to familiarize themselves with the new National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research before it becomes applicable on 1 January 2024.
Keeping press releases about a product on the manufacturer's website landing page for more than a year may be considered to be promotional, according to Health Canada's update guidance that includes myriad revisions, including a new section on using social media.
The revision adds additional discussion of coercion and patient compensation, as well as a new FAQ discussing special situations. It was coauthored by the Office of Clinical Policy, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, and the Center for Devices and Radiological Health.
NIST released the second version of its Cybersecurity Framework, emphasizing the importance of cybersecurity across sectors.
Stay current on regulatory guidelines from around the world with Medtech Insight's Guidance Tracker. Fifty documents have been posted on the tracker since its last update.
Draft guidance from the US Food and Drug Administration provides recommendations for the development of medical devices to treat opioid use disorder and considerations for sponsors of clinical studies to evaluate them.
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