Z-Medica Wins FDA Inspection 'Close-Out' Letter After Quick Problem-Solving
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
By working quickly to address problems uncovered during an FDA inspection, Z-Medica became the first device company to receive a quality-related warning letter "close-out" correspondence from the agency
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