The REDMA Program was developed to exchange reports of adverse events of medical devices among the National Regulatory Authorities (NRA) of the Region of the Americas. The Program consists of a process of proactive communication among its members, allowing decisions to be made based on a secure system of information exchange. The use of this web platform is restricted only to the participating NRA of the Program.
The REDMA Program is an initiative of the Pan American Health Organization / World Health Organization (PAHO / WHO) and the WHO Collaborating Center on Regulation of Health Technologies, CECMED, the National Regulatory Authority of Cuba, as part of the activities of the Regional Working Group on Medical Device Regulation. If you require additional information, please contact