Medicines Regulations 1984

  • This version was replaced on 7 November 2018 to make corrections to Schedule 1 Part 1 item 787 under section 25(1)(j)(ii) of the Legislation Act 2012.
62 Medical devices

No person shall sell any medical device that is claimed to operate by inducing, concentrating, directing, or producing, or counteracting, screening, or giving protection from, any magnetic, galvanic, electric, electronic, radiation, or vibratory forces or effects unless—

(a)

such properties are, before or at the time of sale, quantitatively described to the purchaser in writing in terms that can be measured by scientific physical means; and

(b)

the medical device demonstrably has the properties claimed and described.