Medical devices in Cuba are regulated by the CECMED (Centro para el Control Estatal de Medicamentos, Equipos y Dispositivos Médicos). CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM:
Cuba follows the EU model of risk-based classification into Classes I, IIa, IIb, III and IV. TIMEFRAME:
Obtaining a manufacturer’s license takes 1-2 months, while obtaining a product license takes 8-12 months. LICENSE VALIDITY:
License issued in Cuba are valid for five years. AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE:
A local authorized representative is not required.
Last updated on March 17 2015.
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