European standard on usability engineering of medical devices updated to address legacy products
This article was originally published in SRA
The European standard on application of usability engineering to medical devices, EN 62366:2008, has been amended with new requirements pertaining to legacy devices "where the user interface design is of unknown provenance"1.
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