Do I Need a License To Sell Medical Supplies in India?

Need a license to sell medical supplies:

A license is only issued after quality checks. Sanjiiiv Relhan, chairman of the Preventive Wear Manufacturers’ Association of India (PWMAI), welcomed the development and said that the lack of regulation in medical device trade during the Covid-19 pandemic was more visible than someone was allowed to store and sell medical devices such as pulse oximeters, infrared thermometers and PPE regardless of its quality. All wholesale and retail stores selling medical devices in the country will soon need to be registered by the drug regulatory authorities of the states they operate. An application for approval and clinical trial is required for any medical device (except Class A in some cases) that does not have its predicate product on the Indian medical device market before it is sold or distributed in India.

The government initially registered all medical devices as medicines in order to maintain regulatory control over the manufacture of medical devices.

That’s why it’s more important than ever to know the largest and most reliable medical distributors. AmeriSourceBergen Corporation (also known as ABC) offers a variety of solutions to support healthcare systems, medical practices, pharmacies, and medical manufacturers.

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After experiencing a variety of shortages, crises, and inefficiencies in the status quo of the procurement and distribution industry, I undertook the responsibility of building an interface for large organizations to abstract away uncertainty throughout their supply chain under most conditions.

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