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Accelerating the “Lab to Market” translation of medical technology with the power of the 3Cs of "Content, Community & Collaboration".

MedTech I.Q. makes everything available and helps you find it by crawling hundreds of sources of medical technology daily and then delivering actionable intelligence which allows you to discover, manage and share information with an international community of subject matter experts.   

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John Robinson posted a blog post

Good Manufacturing Practices are essential for ensuring quality

Key Takeaway:GMPs are critical for the manufacture and distribution of foods, drugs and other pharmaceutical products. These need to be implemented diligently by organizations that are involved in these products.Quality is a great concern for a manufacturer and consumer of any product. To ensure that quality is maintained across a variety of products ranging from foods to pharmaceutical products; a few guidelines are required. These guidelines are collectively termed Good Manufacturing Practices(GMP).Not a uniform set of standardsIt needs to be understood that GMPs are not a uniform or homogeneous set of rules for everyone to follow. These are general principles laid out for ensuring that there is a minimum level of quality requirements to be fulfilled.Agencies that control authorization and licensing for manufacture and sale of food, drug products, and active pharmaceutical products recommend these guidelines. These guidelines can be accomplished in many ways, and it is up to the…See More
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Ensuring compliance with drug advertising promotional claims requirements

Advertising is a highly challenging and creative field. However, when making claims about the efficacy and effectiveness of products, especially drug products, advertising professionals need to comply with strict compliance guidelines which set out the limits of claims. The US government lays considerable stress on the veracity aspects of the advertising claims.An ad for a drug product must state not just the benefits of a product, but also its side effects, risk and a lot other information such as the product ingredients, generic name/s, and proper indications of use. In addition, the image of models shown for the product should be inappropriate.It should represent the correct age group for which the product is prescribed, and should not show a model of any other age group in the ad. If a cough preparation is targeted at the teenage population, the ad image should show only a teenager as a model and not someone who is older or younger.The FDA has many requirements on the validity of…See More
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Tips and Suggestions on interacting with FDA Officials and Premarket Approval (PMA)

Preparing premarket submissions that win regulatory approval is a complex task, even for the most seasoned professional in the medical devices industry. This is because of the highly stringent nature of the regulatory approval pathways, namely the Premarket Approval (PMA) process and FDA regulatory 510(k) clearance.What makes preparing premarket submissions that win regulatory approval challenging? It is the fact, acknowledged by the FDA itself, that the PMA is the most stringent type of device marketing application required by the FDA. The PMA should be secured from the FDA before the company markets the medical device. The FDA gives its approval of the PMA for a Class II medical device only after it determines that all the elements necessary for assuring that the application has enough scientific…See More
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