Disposable Medical Supplies Fda Approval
Hello. We are a new company looking to bring disposable medical supplies from china to the usa. We are focusing on a small number of products initially. The manufactures we are looking to work with are based in china and have fda certification themselves but from what i have learnt we also have to apply for fda approval, we will be re-branding the products and importing. We are unsure as to what we need to do to ensure our products are compliant and what paper work/fees are required and would be grateful for any advice/guidance you may have.
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Nephrologists for expert panel
a well-known biopharmaceutical company just came out with a new drug to treat abnormal lab values that can trigger adverse events in the kidneys. Although the new drug was approved by the fda, it received a black-box warning (the strictest warning put in labeling). On behalf of our client, we are conducting a research study to understand how the black-box warning may affect the adoption of the new drug. We are pooling together a group of nephrologists into a 4-day online engagement to assess how the black-box warning may be perceived.
Seeking expert participants:
nephrologists and kidney specialists, who diagnose and treat kidney diseases
log in and participate at least once a day at your convenience to answer the daily question posted by the facilitator - over a 4-day period. (this may include open ended questions or simple surveys and responding to peers) ~ roughly 20 - 40 minutes per day
timing: february 8 - 12
earn $500 for the engagement
learn about trends in your space and content that can help you improve your own work
connect with peers and expand your network
enhance your reputation as a leading thinker on topics of passion and expertise
given the focus for this engagement, why do you think you’re uniquely positioned to provide valuable feedback to this client? Please be specific with regards to your background, perspective, and experience.+3 Other Responses