CDRH Recalls Report: Growing Recall Count Doesn’t Mean Device Quality Is In Decline
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
A new report released by FDA’s device center concludes that the explosion in device recalls during the past decade is a result of overly sensitive firms cited in the past by FDA for violating its recalls regulation and by makers of radiological products.
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