The regulatory authority in Kenya is the Pharmacy and Poisons Board (PPB).
Medical devices are classified according to risk into Classes A-D, with A being the lowest risk and D being the highest.
The registration process lasts for 90 days, after the application has been accepted and the evaluation fees have been paid for.
Licenses issued in Kenya expire after five years.
An authorized representative is required.
Last updated on January 29 2015.
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