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The Announcement of the EMA Management Board earlier in May 2017 confirmed the full functionality of the EudraVigilance database. Hence, the transitional period in pharmacovigilance reporting in the EEA is about to expire. The simplified electronic reporting of suspected adverse reactions related to medicines by...

Following the developments of the pharmacovigilance legislations at EU level Bulgaria imposed the requirement for the appointment by the marketing authorisation holders (MAHs) of a local contact person for pharmacovigilance issues (LPPV) for medicinal products for human use. The national legislation does not contain detailed requirements...

With the Bulgarian Drug Law amendments published on 21-Dec-2012 a new obligation was imposed concerning all marketing authorisation holders (MAHs) in Bulgaria. Based on article 104, paragraph 4 of Directive 2001/83/EC as amended by Directive 2010/84/EU, Bulgaria has opted to implement obligation for the MAHs...

Although the main legislative act governing the pharma sector in Bulgaria (the Drug Law) is often subject to amendments, on 21-Dec-2012 some major changes were promulgated. The provisions of Directive 2010/84/EU and Directive 2011/62/EU were implemented, as well as some nationally specific changes were introduced....