Snapshot: Overall Medical Device Recalls Inched Up In 2014; High-Risk Class I's Flat
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Medical device recall trends remained relatively unchanged last year despite a slight increase in overall corrections and removals, a "Silver Sheet" analysis finds. Plus: a tally of high-risk class I recalls and a top 5 listing of manufacturers that recalled the most products last year.
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