CDSCO License for Anesthesiology Devices in India
Anesthesiology devices are medical devices that are used to induce, monitor, and maintain anesthesia. As of July 2021, all anesthesia devices that are classified as Class A, Class B, Class C, or Class D under the Medical Devices Rules, 2017. To manufacture, import or sale and distribute of anesthesiology devices in India needs CDSCO license.
The Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO) is the regulatory body in India responsible for the safety, quality, and efficacy of medical devices. The application process for a CDSCO license for anesthesiology devices is to be applied online through the Sugam portal.
Licensing authorities for Anesthesiology Devices in India
The Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO) is the licensing authority for Class C and Class D anesthesiology devices and the State Licensing Authority is the licensing authority for Class A and Class B Anesthesiology devices in India
List of Class A Anesthesiology Devices
- Aerosol delivery tubing: A flexible tube used in conjunction with an oxygen mask, endotracheal (ET) tube, humidifier, or nebulizer, intended for the delivery of aerosolized humidification, typically oxygen enriched.
- Airway device cleaning utensil: A hand-held device intended to be used to clean an in situ and ex situ airway device.
- Airway pressure alar: A device connected to the breathing circuit that monitors a patient’s upper airway pressure during assisted mechanical ventilation.
- Airway protection face mask: A flexible, form-shaped device that is placed over the nose and mouth to provide respiratory protection.
- Airway tube forceps: A hand-held instrument used for grasping a tube for its insertion and/or extraction into/from the airways, or for grasping obstructive objects for their removal from the airways.
- Anaesthesia catheter Luer connector: It is a device intended to create a mechanical union between an anaesthesia catheter and an external device, via a Luer connection.
- Anaesthesia depth simulator: A device intended to simulate the electroencephalography (EEG) signals of an unconscious patient (in a state of anaesthesia) in order to test and calibrate an anaesthesia depth monitor, check patient cable continuity, or train healthcare providers.
- Anaesthesia instrument table: It is intended as a support for Anaesthesia instruments used during general anaesthesia surgical procedures.
- Anaesthesia mask stabilizer: A device intended to secure an anaesthesia mask on the face of a patient typically by providing anchorage for the fixation of the mask’s headstrap.
- Anaesthesia system leakage tester: A device intended to test an anaesthesia system for leakage.
- Anaesthesia warmer: A device intended to warm the anaesthetic solutions prior to it being administered to a patient for anaesthesia.
- Anaesthetic gas scavenging terminal unit: A device intended to function as an outlet assembly to
- which the operator can connect/disconnect an anaesthetic gas scavenging system (AGSS).
- Anesthesia Face Mask: A device designed to be placed over a patient’s nose and/or mouth to administer anaesthetic gases to the upper airway.
- Artificial airway stylet: A device intended for insertion within the lumen of an artificial airway tube to stiffen and/or maintain the shape of the tube to facilitate intubation.
- Atomizer: A device that is intended to provide liquid medication in aerosolized form into the air that a patient will breathe.
- Breathing circuit bag: A device intended to store breathing gas during the respiratory cycle.
- Breathing circuit condenser: A device intended to be integrated within the expiratory limb of a breathing circuit to remove excess moisture through cooling and condensing, whilst also reheating the dried gases to an appropriate machine-compatible temperature.
- Breathing circuit dryer: A device that is used for the purpose of drying breathing circuit equipment that have been washed inorder to prevent bacteria growth and deterioration
- Breathing mouthpiece: A device intended to be inserted into a patient’s mouth to facilitate access to the respiratory system.
- Bronchoscope: An endoscope with an inserted portion intended for the visual examination and treatment of the trachea, primary bronchi, and upper regions of the lungs and take biopsies
- and sample of secretions.
- Capnography oxygen mask: A device intended to be placed over the nose and mouth to deliver oxygen (O2) to a patient’s airway and to sample exhaled respiratory gases for monitoring the patient’s ventilatory status.
- Capnography sampling adaptor: The device is intended for sampling CO2 and use with monitors enabled with capnography technology.
- Endobronchial airway sizing kit: A collection of mechanical devices intended to be used with a balloon catheter for a planned intervention to determine the appropriate endobronchial valve sizes for a patient’s lung airways (bronchial lumens).
- In-line arterial blood sampling set: A collection of devices designed to obtain an in-line arterial blood specimen while maintaining a closed system.
- In-line backflow valve: A general-purpose device used in medical tubing or pipelines to prevent the backflow of gases or liquids.
- Intubation laryngoscope: A hand-held device intended to be used by anaesthesia/emergency service personnel to manipulate the tongue, preventing it from obstructing the oropharynx and enabling a clear view of the trachea for the insertion of an endotracheal (ET) tube prior to the delivery of inhalation anaesthesia and/or ventilation.
- Intubation teeth protector: A device designed to fit over the upper and lower sets of teeth to protect them from damage during endotracheal (ET) tube intubation procedures.
- Laryngeal airway introducer: A device intended to aid insertion of a laryngeal airway into the pharyngeal cavity of a patient while reducing or eliminating the need for finger manipulation within the mouth. It is typically in the form of a metal blade with a handle and may be mounted onto the laryngeal airway during insertion. This is a reusable device intended to be sterilized prior to use.
- Mechanical positive pressure airway secretionclearing device: A hand-held, mechanical device designed to remove excessive mucus or sputum (phlegm) from the lungs and upper airway of a patient typically suffering from acute or chronic lung disease.
- Medical gas flowmeter: A device intended to measure and regulate the flow of a medical gas during various procedures.
- Medical gas flowmeter, Thorpe tube: A device intended to measure and regulate the flow of a medical gas during various procedures.
- Medical gas pipeline system: An assembly of devices designed to supply compressed medical gases from a central source to endpoints throughout a medical facility.
- Medical gas pipeline system automatic outlet analyser: A mains component of a medical gas pipeline supply system that monitors the composition of a gas delivered from the supply system.
- Medical gas pipeline system pressure monitor: A component of a medical gas pipeline system designed to continuously monitor and detect changes in the pressure values of the medical gases in the supply pipeline.
- Medical gas terminal unit: A device that is a component of a medical gas pipeline system or a medical gas/vacuum pipeline system that has a gas-specific outlet connection for a single/mixture of gas to which the operator can connect and disconnect a medica device.
- Nerve-block injection manometer: A noninvasive device intended to be connected between a syringe and a nerve-block needle to indicate injection pressure during administration of local or regional anaesthesia to achieve peripheral nerve blockade.
- Non-rebreathing oxygen face mask: A flexible, form-shaped device designed with valve to control rebreathing and contamination of gas, placed over the nose and mouth to deliver air of high oxygen (O2) concentration to a patient’s airway for oxygen therapy.
- Nose clip: A device intended to be used to compress the nose externally, to ensure that airflow is exclusively conducted through the mouth during examinations of the pulmonary function and/or to stop nosebleeds.
- Oxygen administration hood: A device consisting of a rigid transparent plastic shell forming an enclosure over the head of an adult, typically to provide an enriched oxygen (O2)environment to increase the patient’s O2 uptake.
- Oxygen saturation/pulse rate simulator: An electronic instrument designed to simulate arterial oxygen saturation and/or pulse rate for testing and calibrating pulse oximeters, pulse oximeter probes and other related pulse oximetry devices.
- Rebreathing oxygen face mask: A flexible, form-shaped device designed to be placed over the nose and mouth to deliver a proportional mixture of air/oxygen (O2) to a patient’s airway.
- Rigid non-bladed video intubation laryngoscope: A non-sterile device intended to facilitate the positioning of an endotracheal (ET) tube prior to the delivery of inhalation anaesthesia and/or ventilation.
- Spirometer/pulmonary function analyser syringe: A device consisting of a barrel (cylinder) with plunger/piston intended to be used for injecting small volumes of accurately measured amounts of gas into a spirometer, pulmonary function analyser, or other diagnostic pulmonary measuring/testing device for calibration or reference.
- Tracheal surgery dilator: A hand-held manual surgical instrument intended to be used during surgical intervention of the trachea to dilate tracheal structures/passages, typically during the creation of a tracheostoma and/or for expanding the margins of a tracheostoma to assist in the insertion of a tracheostomy tube.
- Tracheotome: A surgical instrument designed to cut an opening into the trachea (windpipe) through the anterior surface of the neck to create an artificial airway (tracheotomy).
- Ultrasonic cough stimulation system: An assembly of devices designed to stimulate a reflex cough using ultrasound in a patient who cannot cough on command, typically respiratory patients with cortical insufficiency or the very young/elderly, to help clear the lungs of secretions and aspirated materials.
- Bronchial cannula: A tube-shaped surgical instrument that is inserted into the lumen of the bronchus by means of a trocar blade to provide rigidity.
- Laryngeal airway: A curved tube used in inhalational anaesthesia and resuscitation to facilitate and secure airway patency for the delivery and exchange of gases in spontaneously breathing and ventilated patients.
- Medicine chamber spacer: A device intended to be placed between a nebulizer or a metered dose inhaler (MDI) and the patient’s mouth, to function as a reservoir into which an aerosol medication is dispensed in order to minimize delivery of large aerosolized particles.
- Oropharyngeal airway: A curved metal or plastic tube inserted through the mouth to facilitate airway patency for gas exchange or suctioning. The device prevents the tongue from obstructing airflow.
List of Class B Anesthesiology Devices
- Aerosol face mask: A flexible, form-shaped device that is placed over the nose and mouth to deliver air, oxygen (O2), or a mixture of the two gases, with aerosolized particles, to a patient’s airway.
- Aerosol inhalation monitor: It is a device that enables a medical professional to objectively assess in detail how the test subject uses their inhaler
- Airway pressure/oxygen monitor: It is a device intended to continuously measure and display the breathing circuit pressure and oxygen (O2) concentration levels of respiratory gases delivered to a patient through positive pressure ventilation systems.
- Airway temperature monitoring system: An assembly of devices used to continuously measure the temperature at a specific point along a ventilation airway.
- Anaesthesia breathing circuit: An assembly of devices designed to conduct medical gases from the fresh gas supply outlet of an anaesthesia unit/workstation to the patient.
- Anaesthesia depth monitor: It is a device intended to be used to detect, process, and display the signals recorded from an unconscious patient (in a state of anaesthesia), showing the degree of consciousness.
- Anaesthesia workstation gas scavenger: A device intended to connect between the expiratory valve/port of a breathing circuit and the extraction system enabling the waste anaesthetic, exhaled, or other trace gases to be removed under controlled conditions from the work environment and channelled to the outside of the building.
- Anaesthetic gas absorption/desorption device: A device intended to, when integrated within the common line of a breathing circuit, absorb and desorb (i.e., recycle) exhaled volatile anaesthetic agents.
- Artificial airway washing/disinfection jar: A container intended to hold artificial airway devices to facilitate their washing/disinfection.
- Brachial plexus anaesthesia kit: A collection of devices intended to deliver a brachial plexus nerve block through one of several routes that could include supraclavicular, interscalene, infraclavicular, or axillary.
- Breathing circuit gassampling/monitoring set: A collection of devices intended to be integrated within a breathing circuit to enable interface of gases between the breathing circuit and a respiratory monitoring device for sampling the patient’s expired gas for measurements of pressure, flow and/or gas analysis.
- Breathing circuit washer/disinfector: A device intended for the cleaning and high-level disinfection of breathing circuit components used in respiratory therapy and anaesthesia equipment.
- CPAP/BPAP nasal mask: A device designed to be placed over a user’s nose to interface with a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) or bi-level positive airway pressure (BPAP) unit to provide the respiratory tract with direct ambient air, or medical oxygen (O2) and air, at a higher pressure than ambient air for noninvasive positive pressure ventilation (NPPV).
- CPAP/BPAP oral mask: A device designed to be fitted to the user’s mouth to interface with a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) or bi-level positive airway pressure (BPAP) unit to provide the respiratory tract with direct ambient air, or medical oxygen (O2) and air, at a higher pressure than ambient air for noninvasive positive pressure ventilation (NPPV).
- Electronic oesophageal stethoscope: An electronic listening device designed to be inserted into a patient’s oesophagus to listen to heart and breathe sounds, typically while the patient is under anaesthesia.
- Helium/oxygen breathing gas mixer: An independent mechanical device designed for accurate mixing of helium (He) and oxygen (O2) with concentrations that are appropriated for breathing in a patient who is indicated to assist flow of O2 into the alveoli and to reduce the work of breathing
- Inhalational analgesia unit: A device primarily designed to administer analgesic gases to the patient, or produce analgesic vapours for inhalation.
- Intracardiac oximeter: A photoelectric device designed to transmit radiation at a known wavelength(s) through blood to measure the concentration of oxygen, or dye, within the heart based on the amount of reflected or scattered radiation.
- Intravascular blood gas/pH monitoring system: An assembly of devices used for the continuous in vivo measurement and display of the values of pH and/or the partial pressure of CO2 and/or O2 in arterial blood. The system is used for patients with respiratory failure or severe pulmonary hypertension after cardiac surgery.
- Intravascular oximeter: An instrument designed for the continuous in vivo measurement of venous blood oxygen saturation (SvO2) using a fibreoptic catheter.
- Invasive arterial pressure cardiac output/oximetry monitor: A device intended to continuously measure and display arterial pressure cardiac output (APCO) and haemoglobin oxygen saturation (e.g., SpO2) when connected to an extravascular blood pressure transducer linked to a peripheral arterial line, and to a pulse oximeter or an oximetry catheter
- Laryngectomy tube: A device intended to maintain tracheostoma patency after laryngectomy to provide an airway for the patient and to prevent tracheostomal stenosis in the months following the procedure.
- Laryngotracheal anaesthesia applicator: A non-sterile container that is prefilled with an anaesthetic agent and intended to be used to apply the agent to the oropharynx and upper airway, to relax laryngotracheal reflexes prior to an intervention of an endotracheal (ET) tube or other type of tracheal tube.
- Microbial medical gas filter: A screening device intended to remove microbes from medical gases to prevent patient exposure during respiration, anaesthesia and/or endoscopy.
- Neonatal chest percussor: A hand-held device (a percussor) intended to be operated by a healthcare professional to provide external vibrations to the chest wall of a neonate to help loosen bronchial mucus for expectoration through suctioning. It is used to help loosen secretion build-up in the lungs of neonates who cannot perform the natural cough mechanism.
- Nitric oxide delivery unit: A device intended for the delivery of precise amounts of nitric oxide (NO), also known as nitrogen monoxide, to the respiratory tract of neonate, paediatric, and adult patients to treat severe respiratory disorders.
- Non-heated respiratory humidifier: A device designed to prevent the drying of airway passages associated with the inhalation of oxygen (O2) by adding water vapour to the dry gas as it is passed through, or more seldom, over water.
- Oxygen/air breathing gas mixer: A portable mechanical device designed to mix air and oxygen (O2) for mobile O2 administration during first aid or emergency situations.
- Pleural manometer: A noninvasive device intended to convert pressure into electrical signals for the measurement of pressure within the pleural cavity.
- Pneumatic chest percussor: A hand-held pneumatic device designed to provide external vibrations to the chest wall of a patient to loosen excessive airway secretions to promote airway clearance and improve bronchial drainage for patients with respiratory disease.
- Pressure algometer/aesthesiometer: An instrument designed to measure a patient’s sensitivity to pain (pain threshold) and tactile sensibility.
- Pulse Co-oximeter: A device designed to detect hypoxia via the transcutaneous multiwave measurement and display of carboxy-haemoglobin saturation (SpCO) and typically other related parameters such as haemoglobin oxygen saturation (SpO2), methaemoglobin saturation (SpMet), and haemoglobin concentration (SpHb).
- Respiration monitor: A device designed to measure and display a nonambulatory patient’s respiratory functions. Measurements include concentration of respiratory gas components and/or continuous monitoring of the inspiration/expiration cycle including respiration rate, air volume, and cessation of breathing (apnoea).
- Respiratory oxygen monitor: An instrument designed to continuously measure the concentration of oxygen (O2) inspired by a patient in a respiratory maintenance/therapy setting.
- Respiratory oxygen therapy monitor/regulator: An electrically-powered unit designed to be connected to a pulse oximeter sensor and used during the administration of oxygen (O2) to a spontaneously breathing patient, for: 1) continuous monitoring of physiologic parameters, especially haemoglobin oxygen saturation (SpO2); and 2) dynamic regulation of the amount of O2 delivered to the patient based on physiological parameter measurements.
- Saddle block anaesthesia kit: A collection of devices designed to deliver an analgesic or anaesthetic agent to the lower dural sac in the region corresponding to the buttocks, in the perineum, or to the inner aspects of the thighs.
- Ultrasonic respiratory humidifier: A device designed to agitate water into micro-particles with ultrasound to add moisture to the flow of air/gases administered to a patient via a breathing tube/circuit.
- Vacuum-assisted airway secretion-clearing system: A device assembly designed to remove excessive secretion from the lungs and upper airway of patients with respiratory disease or during cardiac rehabilitation through vacuum technology.
- Venturi oxygen face mask: A flexible, cone-shaped device placed over the patient’s nose and mouth to deliver a mixture of an almost precise ratio of air and oxygen to the patient’s airway. The device usually has a replaceable part (Venturi tube) to change the mixture ratio of air and oxygen so that oxygen is delivered at a desired concentration. The device is connected to the oxygen source via a tube. The device has a head strap for fixation. Normally comes with an adapter to connect with humidifier.
- Venturi oxygen face mask: A device designed to be placed over the nose and mouth of a patient to deliver a near-precise mixture of air and oxygen (O2) to a patient’s airway without the use of a gas mixer.
- Bulk oxygen concentration system: An assembly of devices designed to concentrate oxygen (O2) from ambient air and then deliver the concentrated O2, with purity of up to 99.5%, to the hospital medical gas supply system.
- Endotracheal secretion monitoring system: An assembly of devices designed to continuously detect the sound of endotracheal (ET) secretions moving through a ventilation circuit during suctioning of an artificially ventilated and/or spontaneously breathing patient to assess the effectiveness of suctioning.
- Nasopharyngeal airway: A rubber or plastic tube that extends into the pharynx from either naris to maintain airway patency.
- Peak flow meter: A device designed to measure the maximum rate of expiratory gas flow [peak expiratory flow (PEF) or peak expiratory flow rate (PEFR)] and forced expiratory volume (FEV) from the lungs. The device is typically intended to monitor the respiratory status of a patient suffering from chronic respiratory disease in a clinical setting or the home.
- Pulmonary function analysis system: A device used to measure the function of the respiratory system in adults and compliant children.
- Retrograde endotracheal intubation kit: A collection of devices used to assist in the placement of an endotracheal (ET) tube during difficult/emergency airway access procedures.
List of Class C Anesthesiology Devices
- Anesthesia machine: A medical device used to generate and mix a fresh gas flow of medical gases and inhalational anaesthetic agents for the purpose of inducing,monitoring and maintaining anaesthesia.
- anaesthesia vaporizer: A device used to vaporize the anaesthetic agent and deliver a controlled amount of the agent to a patient being prepared for surgery
- Carbon dioxide monitor: A device intended to continuously measure the concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) in a gas mixture to determine a patient’s ventilatory, circulatory, or metabolic status.
- High-frequency ventilator: A device intended to assist or control alveolar ventilation using a frequency that is considerably higher than the physiological breathing rate and a tidal volume less than or equal to the anatomic dead space.
- Intravascular membrane oxygenator: A device designed for intravascular diffusion of oxygen into and carbon dioxide from the blood across an implantable (vena cava) gas-permeable membrane, used mainly as a temporary treatment for failing lungs in adults with respiratory distress syndrome
- Manual jet ventilation device: A portable, manually-operated, noninvasive device intended to be used in conjunction with a separate compressed oxygen (O2) source and airway access device for transtracheal ventilation of a patient in an emergency situation where there is complete or partial obstruction of the airways.
- Negative-pressure ventilator: An automatic cycling machine used to assist or control alveolar respiration that exerts a negative pressure on the external surface of the chest wall, expanding the chest and moving air into the lungs.
- Patient physiologic monitoring system: An assembly of devices designed for continuous assessment of several vital physiologic parameters of patient(s).
- Pulmonary resuscitator: A hand-operated device designed to provide or assist ventilation in patients who are apnoeic or exhibit inadequate respiration.
- Pulse oximeter: A device intended for the transcutaneous measurement and display of haemoglobin oxygen saturation (SpO2).
- Bronchoscopy tube: A device which is inserted orally into the trachea to maintain airway patency and/or to deliver anaesthetic inhalation agents or other medical gases, and secure ventilation during diagnostic or therapeutic bronchoscopy using a flexible bronchoscope.
- Epidural anesthesia kit: A collection of devices intended to be used to deliver an analgesic or anaesthetic agent to the epidural space for pain management.
- Oxygen/air/nitrous oxide breathing gas mixer: An device designed for accurate mixing of oxygen (O2) and air or O2 and nitrous oxide (N2O) in pre-set concentrations appropriated for breathing
- Tracheostomy kit: A collection of surgical instruments, dilators, tracheostomy tubes and other items intended to be used to create a percutaneous opening in the trachea (tracheotomy) for the insertion of a tracheostomy tube to relieve upper airway obstruction and to facilitate ventilation.
List of Class D Anesthesiology Devices
- Electronic epidural space locator control unit: A device intended to be used with an epidural needle and an electronic epidural space locator pressure-sensing set, to aid a user in locating the epidural needle tip within the epidural space for subsequent anaesthesia administer
- Spinal needle bioimpedance navigation unit: A device designed to transmit and receive electrical signals to/from a dedicated spinal needle and to analyse bioimpedance data in real-time, to predict needle tip location.
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Anesthesiology Devices Licensing Requirement:
- To manufacture Class A and Class B Anesthesiology Medical Devices in India, you must obtain the MD 5 License from the State Licensing Authority.
- To manufacture Class C Anesthesiology Medical Devices in India, you must obtain the MD 9 License from the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO).
- To import Anesthesiology Medical Devices into India, you must obtain the MD 15 Import License from the CDSCO.
Requirements for Manufacturing, Importing, and Distributing Anesthesiology Devices in India
- Class A and Class B devices: MD 5 License from the State Licensing Authority
- Class C devices: MD 9 License from the CDSCO
- Import: MD 15 Import License from the CDSCO
License Fee for Anesthesiology Devices in India
- Class A or Class B: ₹ 5,000/- for manufacturing license, ₹ 500/- for each distinct device.
- Class C or Class D: ₹ 50,000/- for manufacturing license, ₹ 1,000/- for each distinct device.
Validity of Anesthesiology Devices License in India
Anesthesiology device licenses are valid indefinitely, as long as the retention fee is paid every 5 years.
How to Apply Online for Anesthesiology Devices Manufacturing or Import License in India
- Step 1: Enroll your organization on CDSCO’s SUGAM Portal.
- Step 2: Fill in the respective applications and submit them through CDSCO’s online SUGAM Portal.
- Step 3: Upload the necessary documents and make the required payment.
- Step 4: Your application will be scrutinized by the CDSCO Team. If it meets the requirements, it will proceed to a quality management system compliance audit.
- Step 5: The Team will conduct an audit at your manufacturing premises. If any Non-Conformance (NC) is identified, you will be required to submit an NC closure report.
- Step 6: Once all the conditions are met, CDSCO will grant the license.
Deadline for Obtaining Anesthesiology Devices License in India
The deadline for obtaining Anesthesiology devices license in India is October 1, 2022 for Class A and Class B devices, and September 30, 2023 for Class C and Class D devices.
List of Documents for Obtaining an Anesthesiology Devices Manufacturing License in India
- Organization identity proof: This could be the Memorandum of Association, List of Directors or Partners, UDYAM Aadhar, or PAN card.
- Sale Deed / Rent Deed of the Premises: This document proves that you have legal ownership of the premises where you will be manufacturing the medical devices.
- Plant or Site Master File: This file contains information about the layout of your manufacturing facility, as well as the equipment and processes you will be using.
- Building Layout with Dimension: This is a detailed drawing of your manufacturing facility, showing the dimensions of each room and the location of all equipment.
- ISO 13485 Certificate and Previous Audit Reports: This certificate shows that your manufacturing facility meets international standards for quality management systems.
- Competent Technical Staff for Manufacturing and Testing of Devices: You must have a team of qualified and experienced staff who can manufacture and test your medical devices.
- Device Master File: This file contains detailed information about each medical device you will be manufacturing, including its design, manufacturing process, and testing procedures.
- Test License, if any: If you need a license to test your medical devices, you must obtain it before you can start manufacturing them.
- Compliance with the environmental requirements: You must comply with all applicable environmental regulations, such as those related to cleanrooms for manufacturing the devices.
- Certificate of Analysis of 3 Consecutive Batches: This certificate shows that the first 3 batches of medical devices you manufactured meet the required quality standards.