Japan's classification system differs from that of the United States or European Union
Medical devices are classified to Class I, II, III, or IV depending on their risk level
Medical devices must also comply with Japanese Industrial Standards and these standards define industry-wide safety and performance requirements
Strict new package insert requirements
Change to MAH Licensing rules
A new MAH License category for In Vitro Diagnostic (IVD) devices
A new registration system for manufacturers
A new QMS conformity assessment system
New formats for pre-market certification and pre-market approval applications
Expanded scope of third party certifications
Rules for software as a medical device
Rules for transferring pre-market certifications
And Much More...
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