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Medical devices are regulated by the ANMAT or Asociación Nacional de Medicamentos, Alimentos y Tecnología Médica (National Administration of Drugs, Foods, and Medical Devices).
Devices are classified according to risk, including Classes I, II, III and IV.
The registration process takes 90-120 days for Class I devices, 180 – 365 days for Class II, III and IV devices and 180- 365 days for IVD devices.
Licenses issued in Argentina expire after five years.
A License Holder is required to register medical devices in Argentina.
Last updated on January 22, 2018.
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Country at a Glance: Argentina