Problems Related To Software, Heparin Help Push Recalls To All-Time High
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The number of recalled medical devices skyrocketed last year to its highest point ever, spurred on by a large volume of recalls related to software and devices containing tainted heparin
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