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UK Device-Related Adverse Incidents Up 9% In 2001 MDA Report

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

An internal review by the UK's Medical Devices Agency planned for 2002 is among the steps the regulatory agency is taking to keep pace with the increasing number of adverse incident reports it receives, according to an MDA 2001 annual report on adverse incidents released in March

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