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All classifications of medical devices are regulated in Cameroon by the Medical Equipment Department, which also evaluates registration requests and checks the quality of locally and internationally produced medical devices.
The Medical Devices Department is one of two divisions that make up the Medical Devices, Cosmetics and Household Chemical Substances (MDCHC) Division (MDD).
The Division is one of the new Divisions created to boost productivity in the operations of the Food and Drug Authority. It evolved out of the earlier Drugs Division.
An essential element of patient care is the use of medical gadgets. The term “medical devices” refers to a very broad and sophisticated range of technology, ranging from tongue depressors to dialysis equipment. The majority of medical equipment have power factors, which adds to the complexity.
As a result, in addition to the device’s functionality, the vital aspects of patient and healthcare provider safety are also taken into account. Sets of global standards and norms have been established in order to satisfy all safety requirements, and adherence to them guarantees the proper supply of technology.
Testing is a way to make sure the gadgets comply with the desired standards. As a result, product testing creates the initial degree of evaluation of a device’s appropriateness and safety.
The Cameroon Medical Devices Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Rural folks who live far from hospitals could benefit greatly from a tablet that quickly diagnoses patients with cardiac problems.
The Cardio Pad, a touch-screen heart monitoring device developed by Cameroonian businessman Arthur Zang and recently awarded the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Africa Prize, uses Bluetooth-connected electrodes to record a patient’s heart activity.
It sends a digital electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) to a national healthcare facility so that a cardiologist can review it and give the patient a diagnosis. The entire procedure takes less time than if the doctor and patient never speak.
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