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Score: 816241.6 - https://www.who.int/malaysia/news/releases/302
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Document 03/02/2021 Technical requirements for medical devices UNICEF's requirements for medical devices suppliers and products. (...) Document 07/04/2020 Target Product Profile: Identification of Yellow Fever UNICEF is looking for point of care diagnostic tools to ensure accurate and early confirmation of yellow fever cases. (...) Page 28/06/2019 Technical standards and requirements Consult the international standards and regulatory frameworks that UNICEF applies to ensure the safety and quality of products for children. Document 18/06/2019 Technical requirements for personal protective equipment UNICEF's rerquirements for personal protective equipment suppliers and products.
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Score: 815181.25 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/topics/medical-devices
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Selected manufacturers and products must meet requirements that conform to international quality management system standards, norms, rules and regulations for medical devices. (...) Document 03/02/2021 Technical requirements for medical devices UNICEF's requirements for medical devices suppliers and products. Download file (PDF, 320,94 KB) Document 18/02/2016 Technical requirements in vitro diagnostics (IVD) UNICEF's requirements for in vitro diagnostics suppliers and products. Download file (PDF, 507,57 KB) Document 18/06/2019 Technical requirements for personal protective equipment UNICEF's rerquirements for personal protective equipment suppliers and products.
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Score: 815080.37 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...-personal-protective-equipment
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But even then, a general shortage of medical faculty exacerbates the problem. Increasing the capacity and productivity of the medical education system and ensuring it is developing highly competent medical professionals is essential to increasing the overall capacity of the healthcare system. (...) The only way to bridge the gap is to use ICT effectively to increase the productivity of medical schools.” – Dr. V. D. Patil, Dean, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College in Belgaum 22 Working with partners in the industry (including Dell, HP, HCL, and Tata), the India Department of Education, the Medical Council of India, the Dental Council of India, and the Medical Education Research Centre for Education Technologies, Intel identi- fied an opportunity to design and build a comprehensive ICT solution, specifically for medical colleges, that could both improve the education received by medical students and increase the capacity of the colleges. (...) “Technology extends the product-ivity of faculty and allows medical schools to reach students in more efficient ways, such as self-paced and distance learning.”
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Score: 814877.6 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...012/intel_worldahead_india.pdf
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The falsification of medical products bears significant risks for public health as products may not properly treat the disease and may facilitate the development of drug resistance. (...) At the same time however, preventing, detecting, and responding to medical product-related crime will require people who work in the medical product sector to acquire new or additional skills. (...) Organized criminal groups in the  Western Balkans  are believed to be involved in money laundering and investing their illicit gains in the production and trafficking of falsified medical products and protective clothing.
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Score: 813521.24 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/07/1067831
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Committing immediately to a standstill and rollback of trade-distorting measures (e.g., export restrictions) on products essential for combatting COVID-194, as well as the value chain materials comprising those products, including the granting of exemptions in export restrictions for personal protective equipment used in production, in order to prevent further supply chain disruptions. (...) Supporting and facilitating supply chains for products essential for combatting COVID-19, as well as the value chain materials comprising those products, including by re-committing to the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement; fast tracking measures to remove regulatory hurdles and bureaucratic inefficiencies for shipments of medical and its related raw materials, and other life-saving equipment; and implementing “Green Lanes” to ensure goods move efficiently across internal and external borders. 5. (...) Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is used in medical tubing, blood and IV bags. Polypropylene is a key component of medical-grade personal protective equipment including masks (non-woven), face shields, and other body protectives; sanitizer bottle and dispensers; and gowns.  Personal hygiene products including diapers, soaps, detergents, hand sanitizers, toothpastes and antiseptics (e.g., chlorine bleach, hydrogen peroxide, isopropyl alcohol, and oxo-alcohols) rely on chemicals and chemical production.  Chemicals are necessary to produce and industrialize food, and fertilize and protect crops; chlorine chemistry is essential to protecting our nations’ drinking water.  A range of chemicals serve as ingredients in over-the-counter and prescription medications.  Packaging and hygienic single-use products help prevent contamination of food, personal care products, and medical products as well as person-to-person transmission of disease- causing microorganisms.  The chemical industry also enables energy-efficient building materials and hygienic coatings for fast-track construction of safe and secure hospitals.
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Score: 813255.96 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/covid19_e/icca_letter_e.pdf
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To kick-start this process, the United States should immediately (1) rollback the remaining 7.5 percent tariff on the $120 billions of Chinese imports imposed last September that affect certain medical and consumer-related products; and (2) make the temporary product exclusions granted so far, including on medical-related products, permanent. (...) Adopt international standards to ensure the quality and safety of imported health-related products.  Pharmaceutical products and medical devices are typically subject to product registration and approval to ensure consumer safety and public health. (...) Trade experts worry that regulatory measures will inadvertently slow the limited supply of essential medicines and medical productsProduct standards are particularly important to assure quality for most of these products
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Score: 812957.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne...e/news20_e/ddgaw_01apr20_e.htm
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Therefore, access to medical technology needs to be considered from the standpoint of a comprehensive framework of determinants that ultimately relate back to product innovation, IP protection, trade and distribution. (...) In addition, vaccines, blood products such as immunoglobulins and anti-venom products, and medical devices are unlike other consumer goods in that they also seek to meet an important policy objective of improving public health. (...) Governments have to ensure that the manufacture, distribution and use of medical products are regulated effectively to protect and promote public health (Rägo and Santoso, 2008).
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Score: 812680.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...web_e/ch2a_trilat_web_13_e.htm
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Thank all of you for your commitment and actions to strengthening regulation for medical products in your own country and in the regions. Access to safe and effective medical products is essential to improving health outcomes. (...) Regulatory agencies play an essential role to prevent, detect and respond to substandard and falsified medical products. The way in which regulatory agencies shape and execute policy determines access to safe, quality, affordable and efficacious medical products.
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Score: 812647.46 - https://www.who.int/cambodia/n...andard-and-falsified-medicines
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Sustaining quality health services for the people of Turkmenistan through procurement of medical products for the Ministry of Health and Medical Industry of Turkmenistan | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Turkmenistan Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Русский Turkmen Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Back Select Language Русский Turkmen Home Turkmenistan Projects Sustaining quality health services for the people of Turkmenistan through procurement of medical products for the Ministry of Health and Medical Industry of Turkmenistan Sustaining quality health services for the people of Turkmenistan through procurement of medical products for the Ministry of Health and Medical Industry of Turkmenistan   Project goals The aim of the project is to ensure quality health care services for the population of Turkmenistan through uninterrupted and quality supplies for TB, HIV, reproductive health, safe blood, and viral hepatitis C services.  The project will procure the health products for the Ministry of Health and Medical Industry of Turkmenistan for the needs of the respective services throughout the country.  (...) Procurement through the UNDP is justified for the following considerations: 1) ensure the quality of health products, since the UNDP buys the products from manufacturers that have been qualified by the WHO and comply with the environmental protection standards; 2) achieve economic efficiency, since at the corporate level, UNDP has long-term agreements with manufacturers and makes consolidated orders for many countries, which allows negotiating low competitive prices;  UNDP also has long-term agreements with international freight forwarders, which makes it possible to transport products in a well-timed and price-saving manner, and in compliance with the temperature requirements; 3) ensure transparent procurement, risk management, insurance and finance management.
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Score: 810868.8 - https://www.undp.org/turkmenis...ts-ministry-health-and-medical
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