Chinese Regulatory Framework for Medical Devices Discussed by Access China in New Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
20 Oct 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON - In China, the local healthcare market has been growing by about 16 percent annually over the last few decades. The medical devices segment has also demonstrated dynamic growth over the last decade.
By 2013, its total value amounted to roughly USD 29 billion on the back of the extensive use of the devices in disease prevention, diagnosis, therapy, etc.
China’s market for medical devices is forecast to approximate to about USD 57 billion by 2015 thus becoming the second largest market in the world, with the USA being the largest one.
New topical market research report “Latest Guidebook for Conducting Medical Device Clinical Evaluation and Clinical Trial in China: From Regulations to Practices (2014 Edition)” drawn up by Access China Management Consulting delves deep into the regulatory framework for medical devices in China.
The study covers the most recent regulations related to clinical evaluation as well as clinical trial of medical device registration. It contains information on the regulations that undergo radical changes and reviews local regulatory authorities. The report provides a deep insight into knowledge preparation before conducting clinical evaluation as well clinical trials for registration of imported medical devices. The research study unveils classification of medical devices and comprises details on the rights of human subjects as well as responsibilities of every party in clinical trials for imported overseas medical devices in the country. Practical guidance; data on Chinese regulations and much more can be found in the report.
Latest Guidebook for Conducting Medical Device Clinical Evaluation and Clinical Trial in China: From Regulations to Practices (2014 Edition)
Published: October, 2014
Price: US$ 1,495.00
Special offer: purchase the report at a discounted price until November 15, 2014 only! For instance, a Single User copy of the study costs US$ 1,270.75.
More new and discounted market research reports by the publisher can be found at Access China page.