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Quick Reference Guidance (QRG) Alleviation Title Medical Assessment - Certificate Validity Extension Version 1.0 Publication Date 22 April 2020 Relevant Standard(s) Annex 1 1.2.4.4.1 The period of validity of a Medical Assessment may be extended, at the discretion of the Licensing Authority, up to 45 days. (...) Potential undesirable consequence:  Ineligible to perform duties due to licensing requirements to hold a valid medical certificate.  Medical incapacitation that can lead to a safety consequence because of a medical condition if extension of medical certificate is not done in accordance with risk assessment and safety management principles Applicability  All classes of medical assessments  Assessments, which were valid at the point of time as determined by the State, defined in the published alleviation measure.  Validity ends between at a date determined by the State or by 31 March 2021 Minimum pre- requisites  Limited to revalidation of an existing medical certificate  No current enforcement action against the licence holder e.g. medical certificate has been suspended, withdrawn/revoked or denied  Continued compliance with medical restrictions/ limitations on licence.  The medical certificate subject to the alleviation is carried and it is accompanied by proof of exemption with date of expiry (publication of the exemption and/or a letter of endorsement could be available from the State’s website) Alleviation summary Extension of the validity of the Medical certificate to a specific date upon application or general administrative decision to ensure continued operations. (...) Possible Mitigations  Conduct of limited medical examination by alternative means e.g. tele- consultation, in lieu of physical examination  Operational limitations due to medical factors have been considered as part of the risk assessment when decisions are made regarding the extension of medical assessment.  Continued provision of intercurrent medical reports in cases where reports are required by the Licensing Authority.
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Score: 547103.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/CO...alidity%20extension%20V1.0.pdf
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Quick Reference Guidance (QRG) Alleviation Title Medical Assessment - Certificate Validity Extension Version 2.0 Publication Date 4 Feb 2021 Relevant Standard(s) Annex 1 1.2.4.4.1 The period of validity of a Medical Assessment may be extended, at the discretion of the Licensing Authority, up to 45 days. (...) Due to requirements of AMEs to provide clinical care to COVID-19 patients, implementation of social distancing practices, closure of workspaces, lack of Personal Protective Equipment, and implementation of other preventive measures some States are unable to ensure that AMEs are available to conduct medical examinations; or affected aviation professionals are unable to travel to medical facilities for a medical examination Potential undesirable consequence:  Ineligible to perform duties due to licensing requirements to hold a valid medical certificate.  Degraded functional ability of aircrew to safely carry out aviation duties e.g. fatigue, psychological well-being  Medical incapacitation that can lead to a safety consequence because of a medical condition if extension of medical certificate is not done in accordance with risk assessment and safety management principles. Applicability  All classes of medical assessments  Assessments, which were valid at the point of time as determined by the State, defined in the published alleviation measure.  Validity ends between at a date determined by the State or by 31 March 2021 Minimum pre- requisites  Limited to revalidation of an existing medical certificate  No current enforcement action against the licence holder e.g. medical certificate has been suspended, withdrawn/revoked or denied  Continued compliance with medical restrictions/ limitations on licence.  The medical certificate subject to the alleviation is carried and it is accompanied by proof of exemption with date of expiry (publication of the exemption and/or a letter of endorsement could be available from the State’s website) Alleviation summary Extension of the validity of the Medical certificate to a specific date upon application or general administrative decision to ensure continued operations.
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Score: 546830.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/av...ick%20Reference%20Guidance.pdf
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2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Abu Dhabi Medical Devices MEDECO ® INJECT 0.0550$ 0.0550$ 0.0550$ 0.0410$ 0.0410$ Anhui Tiankang Medical Technology SANZHONG/TKMD 0.0372$ 0.0366$ 0.0355$ 0.0355$ 0.0306$ 0.0306$ Becton Dickinson International BD Soloshot™ MINI 0.0539$ 0.0529$ 0.0529$ 0.0540$ 0.0540$ 0.0399$ 0.0399$ 0.0399$ 0.0399$ 0.0399$ 0.0399$ Helm Medical GmbH/Sanavita Pharmaceuticals Helmject ® 0.0490$ 0.0490$ 0.0380$ 0.0380$ KD Medical Hospital Products MEDECO ® INJECT 0.0383$ 0.0383$ 0.0383$ 0.0383$ Abu Dhabi Medical Devices MEDECO ® INJECT 0.0410$ 0.0410$ Becton Dickinson International BD Soloshot™ MINI 0.0529$ 0.0529$ 0.0410$ 0.0410$ 0.0399$ 0.0399$ 0.0399$ 0.0399$ Helm MedicalSanavita Pharmaceuticals Helmject ® 0.0380$ 0.0380$ KD Medical Hospital Products MEDECO ® INJECT 0.0383$ 0.0383$ 0.0383$ 0.0383$ Abu Dhabi Medical Devices MEDECO ® INJECT 0.0465$ 0.0465$ 0.0465$ 0.0330$ 0.0315$ 0.0340$ 0.0340$ Amson Vaccines & Pharma DESTROJECT 0.0338$ 0.0338$ 0.0366$ 0.0366$ Amson Vaccines & Pharma Apple K1 0.0338$ 0.0338$ Anhui Tiankang Medical Technology SANZHONG/TKMD 0.0392$ 0.0403$ 0.0330$ 0.0330$ 0.0317$ 0.0317$ 0.0280$ 0.0280$ Becton Dickinson International BD Soloshot™ MINI 0.0459$ 0.0439$ 0.0439$ 0.0448$ 0.0448$ 0.0448$ 0.0448$ 0.0403$ 0.0403$ 0.0595$ 0.0595$ Helm Medical/Sanavita Pharmaceuticals Helmject ® 0.0460$ 0.0460$ 0.0460$ 0.0395$ 0.0395$ 0.0299$ 0.0299$ Hindustan Syringes & Medical Devices Kojak ® Selinge 0.0463$ 0.0449$ 0.0449$ 0.0430$ 0.0425$ 0.0360$ 0.0360$ 0.0360$ 0.0360$ 0.0306$ 0.0306$ KD Medical Hospital Products MEDECO ® INJECT 0.0350$ 0.0350$ 0.03409$ 0.03409$ 0.03409$ 0.03409$ 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Anhui Tiankang Medical Technology Pa-Hu Oy SB 5l 0.840$ 0.840$ Becton Dickinson International Pa-Hu Oy SB 5l 0.800$ 0.800$ 0.700$ 0.700$ Hindustan Syringes & Medical Devices Kojak ® safety box 5l 0.5800$ 0.5800$ 0.5800$ 0.5440$ 0.5440$ 0.4600$ 0.4600$ 0.448$ 0.448$ 0.416$ 0.416$ KD Medical Hospital Products TimSafe 5l NE 0.450$ 0.450$ 0.450$ 0.450$ Pa-Hu Oy Pa-Hu Oy SB 5l 0.3256$ 0.3256$ Smurfit Kappa Lagamill/ Smurfit Kappa Sverige TimSafe 5l NE 0.374€ 0.374€ 0.374€ € 0.3690 € 0.3400 0.344€ 0.540€ 0.540€ 0.358€ 0.358€ 0.352€ 0.352€ 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Becton Dickinson International Emerald™ Pro 0.0461$ 0.0461$ 0.0461$ 0.0461$ Helm Medical/Sanavita Pharmaceuticals Helmject ® 0.0425$ 0.0425$ 0.0425$ 0.0350$ 0.0350$ Hindustan Syringes & Medical Devices Kojak ® Selinge $ 0.0395 $ 0.0303 $ 0.0385 $ 0.0283 $ 0.0380 $ 0.0275 $ 0.0380 $ 0.0275 $ 0.0350 $ 0.0255 $ 0.0350 $ 0.0255 KD Medical Hospital Products MEDECO ® INJECT 0.0372$ 0.0372$ $ 0.0408 $ 0.0372 $ 0.0408 $ 0.0372 Amson Vaccines & Pharma Apple K1 $ 0.0369 $ 0.0369 3ml RUP syringes + needle SafeGard Medical SecureGard ® 0.0950$ 0.0950$ 0.0950$ Becton Dickinson International Emerald™ Pro 0.0571$ 0.0571$ 0.0571$ 0.0571$ Helm Medical/Sanavita Pharmaceuticals Helmject ® 0.0421$ 0.0421$ $ 0.0421 $ 0.0410 0.0340$ 0.0340$ Hindustan Syringes & Medical Devices Kojak ® Selinge $ 0.0425 $ 0.0381 $ 0.0425 $ 0.0381 $ 0.0410 $ 0.0361 $ 0.0410 $ 0.0361 $ 0.0383 $ 0.0328 $ 0.0383 $ 0.0328 KD Medical Hospital Products MEDECO ® INJECT 0.0401$ 0.0401$ $ 0.0438 $ 0.0401 $ 0.0438 $ 0.0401 Amson Vaccines & Pharma Apple K1 $ 0.0390 $ 0.0390 Becton Dickinson International Emerald™ Pro 0.0741$ 0.0741$ 0.0741$ 0.0741$ Helm Medical/Sanavita Pharmaceuticals Helmject ® 0.0778$ 0.0778$ 0.0778$ Hindustan Syringes & Medical Devices Kojak ® Selinge 0.0516$ 0.0506$ $ 0.0500 $ 0.0500 0.0469$ 0.0469$ 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Anhui Tiankang Medical Technology TKMD Pa-Hu Oy SB 5L 0.0364$ 0.0364$ Becton Dickinson International BD Soloshot™ MINI Pa-Hu Oy SB 5L 0.0483$ 0.0483$ 0.0665$ 0.0665$ Hindustan Syringes & Medical Devices Kojak ® Selinge Kojak ® safety box 5L 0.0397$ 0.0398$ 0.0402$ 0.0402$ 0.0344$ 0.0344$ KD Medical Hospital Products MEDECO ® INJECT TimSafe 5L NE 0.0399$ 0.0399$ 0.03859$ 0.03859$ 0.03859$ 0.03859$ 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 5ml RUP syringes + fixed needle + 5L Safety boxes Hindustan Syringes & Medical Devices Kojak ® Selinge + Kojak ® safety box 5L 0.0462$ 0.0462$ Last updated: April 2020 Prices indicated above are the suppliers' tendered fixed unit base FCA prices established on LTAs, based on the terms and conditions included in the offers received.
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Score: 546367.63 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...boxes-price-data-April2020.pdf
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1 15 December 2021 UN Medical Directors Statement Covid-19 Vaccination requirements for Duty Travel There is currently no overall UN administrative requirement for vaccination for travel. (...) With regard to the COVID-19 pandemic affecting all countries in the world, UNMD is advising UN medical services that given that vaccination is safe and effective in preventing serious illness, medical clearance would in almost all cases require vaccination, except from a confirmed lack of access to a vaccine in some locations, or proven medical contra-indication. Each medical service would have to determine if a particular traveler need not be vaccinated based on individual circumstances, although UNMD is of the opinion that there are very few circumstances where the risk of traveling without vaccination would be considered reasonable.
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Score: 546358.84 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...accination_for_duty_travel.pdf
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The legal framework currently does not take into consideration other steps in medical waste management such as differentiated collection of medical waste; transportation; or the packing, storing and labelling of the medical waste. (...) To tackle these challenges, the UNECE has supported Albania to address its management of medical waste. The overall objective of UNECE support is to protect human health in Albania, with more specific objectives and recommendations which include: guiding medical waste producers to properly manage and handle their waste; encouraging the monitoring of medical waste management activities and controlling of medical waste management in order to meet environmental obligations; and providing an updated legal framework for the management of medical waste. Given the limitations of the legal system regarding medical waste management, a robust legal framework was proposed, from establishing requirements aimed at controlling medical waste management; developing a methodology for the management of medical waste and of residuals after treatment; developing a structure for the annual reporting on medical waste generation, disposal and incineration by medical waste producers to the relevant ministries and the Institute of Statistics.
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Score: 546328.5 - https://unece.org/environment-...t-1819ae-albania-medical-waste
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Accreditation of medical education institutions : report of a technical meeting, Schaeffergården, Copenhagen, Denmark, 4-6 October 2004. 1.Schools, Medical - standards. 2. Schools, Medical - organization and administration 3.Accreditation - methods 4.Accreditation - utilization 5.Education, Medical - standards 6.Quality control I.Title II.World Health Organization II.World Federation for Medical Education. (...) The Australian Medical Council (AMC) has accredited Australian and New Zealand medical schools since 1985.
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Score: 546290.77 - https://www.who.int/hrh/documents/WFME_report.pdf
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Unsafe medication practices and medication errors are a leading cause of avoidable harm in health care across the world. Medication errors occur when weak medication systems and human factors such as fatigue, poor environmental conditions or staff shortages affect the safety of the medication use process. (...) ENGAGE key stakeholders and partners in the efforts to prevent medication errors and reduce medication-related harm.
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Score: 545943.4 - https://www.who.int/news-room/.../world-patient-safety-day-2022
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WHO | International Association of medical doctors of South East Europe Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums International Association of medical doctors of South East Europe The International Association of medical doctors of South East Europe is an independent NGO that provides, promotes and protects the interests and rights of medical doctors in South East Europe. 18 April 2011 Member profile The International Association of medical doctors of South East Europe/International Association MDSE/ is independent non-governmental organization that provides, promotes and protects the interests and rights of medical doctors of South East Europe. On the initiative of medical doctors of Republic of Srpska and Republic of Serbia, and pursuant to Association and Foundation Act of Republic of Srpska, THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL DOCTORS OF SOUTH EAST EUROPE was established on March 21, 2009 as non-governmental organization, and is seated in Bijeljina. Founders of the International Association MDSE are Trade Union of medical doctors of Republic of Srpska, Trade Union Confederation of doctors and pharmacists of Serbia and Association of private practice medical doctors of Republic of Srpska.
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Score: 545898.73 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...ers/member_list/doktorssee/en/
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Side effects: are undesired effects caused by usage of medical doses, and are harmful for body. 9. Medical substances and Medical instruments: include substances and equipments used for dressing of wounds, surgery, artificial parts of body, determining instruments and chemical substances used in medical laboratories and equipments sued in dentistry which are used in health care. 10. (...) The selling place for medical equipments: is a place established in accordance to provisions of related law and regulation, in order to procure and supply medical equipments. Chapter Two National Medical Board National Medical Board Article 3: The National Medical Board is the highest decision making authority regarding to Medicine, medical equipments and instruments and the problems caused by them, which consists of the following: 1.
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Score: 545869 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/afg_e/WTACCAFG5A1_LEG_21.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation Erik Hansson Deputy Head of Unit Directorate General for Health and Food Safety (SANTE) European Commission Efforts to support global regulatory convergence in the field of medical devices and mechanisms for exchange of post market safety information on medical devices with global distribution 2 Some figures on the medical device sector • Over 500 000 types of medical devices on the market • Over 500 000 people employed in the EU in about 25 000 companies • Global market €500 billion in annual sales 3 • Classification in risk classes • Clinical investigations • Premarket approval • Quality management system • Postmarked management • Use of international standards 4 Main features of medical device regulations globally • Essential requirements (safety, performance, etc.) • Harmonised standards (voluntary) presumption of conformity with the essential requirements • CE Marking • Third-party assessment by Notified Bodies • Market surveillance by Member States 5 In the EU paired with the principles of the “New Approach” for regulating products Directive 90/385/EEC on active implantable medical devices Directive 93/42/EEC on medical devices Regulation on medical devices (MDR) Directive 98/79/EC on in vitro diagnostic medical devices Regulation on in vitro diagnostic medical devices (IVDR) The new EU Regulations on medical devices (adopted 5 April 2017 and published 5 May 2017) 6 The new Regulations • Increased protection of patients and health • Greater transparency and information available • Supports continued innovation and access to new technologies • Improved requirements for clinical data and evaluation • Increased consistency and predictability • Promote confidence, increased stability and greater fairness 7 1. (...) Quality of International Medical Device Standards for Regulatory Use Improved process and dialogue on standards development Increased recognition of standards IVD Classification Update IVD classification guidance to reflect recent international developments Personalized Medical Devices Develop approach for regulating medical devices that are manufactured for individual patients. 13 IMDRF work items (cont'd) Chart by HPRA Work item Relevance Medical device clinical evaluation Essential requirements for demonstrating equivalency of clinical trials Decision making principles for triggering clinical trials Acceptance of oversea trials Cybersecurity Facilitate international regulatory convergence on medical device cybersecurity • Map national/regional approaches to the use of standards under regulations • Recommendations for how to develop “regulatory- ready” standards • Enhance (co-ordinate?) (...) 17 Slide Number 1 Slide Number 2 Some figures on the medical device sector Slide Number 4 Slide Number 5 Slide Number 6 The new Regulations The EU single market for medical devices Slide Number 9 Slide Number 10 Slide Number 11 Slide Number 12 Slide Number 13 Slide Number 14 Slide Number 15 Slide Number 16 Slide Number 17
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Score: 545450.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._eu_hansson_grp_25022020_e.pdf
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