Draft Guidance Sheds Much Needed Light On MRI-Compatibility
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
FDA proposes methods and tests that industry can use to prove their passive multi-configuration devices are safe to use in magnetic resonance imaging machines (MRI).
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