3M UNPROTECTED LEAD WIRES WILL BE DISCONTINUED JAN. 1
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive Summary3M UNPROTECTED LEAD WIRES WILL BE DISCONTINUED JAN. 1 and replaced with a "safety version" of the wires, the company noted in recent comments to FDA on the agency's proposal to develop a performance standard for electrode lead wires. 3M Health Care is "phasing out" unprotected lead wires despite the fact that the company "continues to get requests for exposed [unprotected] metal single and twin pin lead wires" and "does not anticipate that these requests will diminish in the near future."
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