New Zealand to change web-based system
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
New Zealand’s drug and medical device regulatory agency, Medsafe, is upgrading its web-assisted notification system for keeping track of new devices coming onto the market1,2. A new database, hosted solely by Medsafe – the existing one is hosted by Australia’s Therapeutics Goods Administration – should be up and running in early 2009.
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