Heater-Cooler Systems Face FDA Scrutiny
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The agency has issued a safety alert on the risk of bacterial infections linked to the use of LivaNova/Sorin's heater-cooler units during open-chest surgery, and held an advisory panel meeting last week to discuss strategies to better ensure safety of these and similar devices.
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