Clinical ancillary supplies
Clinical trials require a wide variety of ancillary supplies such as diagnostic, medical, laboratory, drug delivery equipment, instruments, consumables, and other general supplies.
Some examples of commonly used ancillaries include refrigerators, centrifuges, computers, ECG machines, and glucose meters, as well as consumables such as gloves, alcohol swabs, face masks, and test strips. Trials of diabetes, vaccine, cardiovascular, and oncology generally require a high level of ancillary products.
A clinical trial cannot begin unless both the Investigational Medicinal Products and ancillary components are in place. Ancillaries have become more sophisticated as sponsors embrace patient-focused treatments and precision medicine. Hence, sponsors should equally focus their attention on supplying ancillaries in clinical trials.
To make a successful importation you need to answer the following questions related to the import of clinical ancillary supplies into China.
- What are the regulations for the import of ancillary supplies in China?
- Do we need to classify the ancillary products? If yes, how are ancillary products classified?
- What are the certifications and approvals required for various ancillary products?
- How can an Importer of Record (IOR) help you with such importation?
- Do we need to have a clinical trial approved before importation?
- What are the essential formalities to be made before making an importation?
- How about the CIQ and custom clearance?
- What is the process during and after importation?
- What about the port of import, depot, and distribution consideration?
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