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Health Canada (HC) announced the revision of the validation rules for Regulatory transactions in electronic Common Technical Document (eCTD) format and published them as Version 4.4 on March 6, 2019.
Health Canada (HC) has one of the most stringent regulations for medical devices. To further increase the safety and effectiveness of devices, and optimize the health outcomes for end-users, the Canadian health authority (HA) is aiming to strengthen the current Regulatory framework. The three-part strategy announced recently as an action plan is the part of the same.
We hope you have taken necessary inputs on Health Canada (HC) eCTD format and its content structure from our previous write up.
The health authority of Canadian landscape, Health Canada (HC) has revised the submission requirements and mandated submissions to be in electronic format for certain filings post January 1st, 2018.
With the FDA concluded its mandatory first phase electronic submissions deadline, first question drug manufacturers could ask themselves is what’s next in line? Where else they can submit their data and which format they should get adopted to? With their target focused on global markets, we suggest to take one-at-a-time approach.
In a recent study in Canada, it was observed, “1 in 9 emergency cases were related to drug adverse events, and as many as 68% of those were preventable”. Prevention is better than cure. Having learnt that, the first and foremost task for the companies is to look at the ways that prevent the adverse events?
Do you know? The United States Food and Drug Administration (US FDA) has mandated that certain Regulatory submission types (NDA, BLA, and ANDA) should be filed in electronic Common Technical Document (eCTD) format beginning May 5, 2017.
After a prolonged duration of 18 years, IVD (In vitro Diagnostic) Medical Devices finally fall under the purview of Health Canada’s much awaited finalized labeling guidance. The first draft of this guidance was issued in the year 1998. This guidance emphasizes mainly on:
Decode the Health Canada, and US FDA new DMF Submission Mandates
Are you a DMF holder willing to submit your paper Drug Master Files (DMFs) to Health Canada? Or are you looking for a paper DMF submission partner?
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