Medical devices are regulated by the FMHCACA (Food, Medicine, and Health Care Administration and Control Authority). CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM:
Devices are classified according to risk, with Class I being the lowest risk and Class III being the highest risk. IVD devices are classified similarly, with Class A as the lowest risk and Class D as the highest. TIME FRAME:
Medical devices are licensed within 3-6 months. LICENSE VALIDITY:
Licenses issued in Ethiopia are valid for five years. AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE:
An authorized representative is required.
Last Updated on February 9 2015.
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