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Hospitals ask the courts for release of retained products strike Anvisa

Inputs and raw materials are retained in the Guarulhos airport because of paralysis of the agency's servers

 
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The Brazilian Association of Medical Supplies and Equipment, Dental, Hospital and Laboratory (Abimo) asked Justice to release the products retained in Guarulhos. The inputs and raw materials are retained on site, because of the shutdown of the servers of the National Agency of Sanitary Surveillance (ANVISA) they should oversee the material.

To try to reverse the damage, the association filed an injunction in federal court yesterday of Guarulhos (15). Tomorrow (17) to Abimo also come with the same resource for another eight airports in São Paulo, Santa Catarina, Espírito Santo, Ceara and Rio Grande do Sul

According to the association's lawyer, Marcus Braga, the injunction is intended to release the inputs and raw materials improperly withheld and advance license for import. These inputs are low shelf life, which does not allow large number of stock. In addition, these products do not require inspection of ANVISA, need only release.

"These inputs have little time to expire, which does not allow large numbers of stock. In addition, these products do not require inspection of ANVISA, need only release"

In the case of the release of imported goods, the idea is that the products being stored in the courtyards of enterprises for sanitary inspection later. We want to minimize the harm that has already been caused. They are delicate products that are stranded at airports with improper storage, are likely to deteriorate, the lawyer argued. This preliminary license does not allow distribution or use of these products on the market, but ensures better storage conditions.

According to Braga, the estimate is that at the beginning of next week, the court has an opinion. Abimo data indicate that 87% of members reported experience difficulties at airports and 46% are caught with the goods in ports. Currently, 400 companies are connected to the entity.

In a statement, the entity recognized the legitimacy of the right to strike, but maintained that the strike can not reach essential services, such as those provided by ANVISA, with their strike damaging to the health system of the country as a whole. For the entity, the evils of the strike are so severe, that even if the strike was ended today, would still be needed three to five weeks for standardization activities.

Source: AGÊNCIA BRASIL
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