(1)Equity of resources,
(2) Patients' Rights,
(3) Patient Safety,
(4) ) Confidentiality of the patients,
(5)Ethics of privatisation,
(6)Conflict of Interests
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How to Overcome Regulatory and Ethical
Challenges Regarding Medical Device
Dr. Nancy Agnes, Head, Technical Operations, Pubrica, email@example.com
Biotechnological advancements in medical devices
can intensify risks and introduce new types of risk,
despite their potential to greatly benefit health.
Therapeutic products control is our primary tool for
advance, the current regulatory approach is likely to
be called into question.
regulatory writing, standardised devices, Healthcare
research, medical data collection.
The below are the top ten ethical questions, in order of
priority, as viewed by the participants:(1)Equity of
resources, (2) Patients' Rights, (3Patient Safety, (4) )
privatisation, (6)Conflict of Interests, (7)Dealing with
the opposite sex, (8)Informed Consent, (9) Beginning
and end of life, and (10) Healthcare team ethics.
II. ETHICS AND THE PURPOSE OF
THERAPEUTIC GOODS REGULATION
Therapeutic products regulation has two roles, which
are often at odds with one another. Control strives to
preserve the public's health and welfare while enabling
or also promoting useful technologies to enter the
market as soon as possible. The expectation that
suppliers show proof of a product's protection and
efficacy is a significant part of how modern systems
meet these goals. On the one side, this safeguards
people from consuming goods that are harmful or
ineffective. On the other hand, it implies that market
success must be founded on sound science, with quality
If evidentiary expectations are too uncertain, regulators'
ability to protect patients may be endangered; if they
are too high, patients may be denied access to new
III. PROBLEMS OF EVIDENCE ABOUT DEVICES
immense ethical ch