It is the country's first indigenously developed international class quality assurance system for India manufactured medical devices Indian Certification of Medical Devices Scheme (ICMED), an indigenous quality assurance system for India ... Financial Express, 1 month ago
17 February 2016, New Delhi, Charu Bahr Few companies voluntarily use medicine-verification technology, although it is affordable and locally available. Substandard medicines could be three times more prevalent than the government, two new ...Millennium Post, 2 months ago
More lucrative routinely prescribed drugs are at higher risk of failing quality standards Substandard medicines could be three times more prevalent than the government says, two new studies show. These data have serious implications on health in a country where 58.2 per cent of the total health expenditure is an out-of-pocket cost burden on people, according to the World Health Organization, and where medicines alone account for between 70 per cent and 77 per cent of health spending.Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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