Does a Medical Device Require Registration in India?


Medical devices and IVDs are regulated by the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) within the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO), which is part of the Department of Health and Family Care. Only a limited number of medical devices and IVDs require registration in India. Medical devices submitted under the new voluntary rules are referred to as “non-regulatory medical devices.” For the marketing of imported medical devices in India, the registration certificate for medical devices in Form 41 and the Import License in Form 10 is required in accordance with the rules for medicines and cosmetics.

The CDSCO has designated 21 device types as ‘Notified Devices’ for the registration of medical devices in India.
However, there are more than 21 devices that require registration. Morulaa’s regulatory experts can help you determine whether your items need to be registered as medical devices in India. Medical gadgets that need to be charged

Spinal needles, cochlear implants, annuloplasty rings, tracheostomy tubes, syringes, and needles are all registered in India.

Endotracheal tubes, catheters, dental implants, surgical sealants, heart valves, cardiac stents, orthopedic implants, endotracheal tubes

, as well as others.

Medical devices require registration in India

After submitting complete and accurate documents and payments to get the registration certificate, the time it takes to register medical devices in India is usually 6-9 months. The registration is valid for three years, and renewal applications must be received six months before the registration expires.

Because of its reliance on imports, manufacturers are drawn to the Indian market. However, the Regulatory Body in India is still in its infancy, and regulations may be amended in short periods of time, causing uncertainty in the approval process. Keeping an eye on our daily news could be a smart idea.

This blog does not provide medical advice. It is intended for informational purposes only. Do not use it as a
substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or disease prevention. Always seek the
advice of your physician or qualified healthcare providers for any questions you have regarding a medical
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medical devices require registration in India


Gabriel Nieves

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.

We are focused on building a framework from which our teams of professionals on the ground can provide a new generation of procurement support and professional services for supply chain critical organizations around the nation.

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