FDA warns device companies/users of “sparking” power cords
This article was originally published in Clinica
Two medical device manufacturers have sent the FDA more than 100 reports of sparking, charring and fires caused by power cords used with their devices, the agency revealed this week. The reports, sent by Hospira and Abbott Nutrition, have prompted the agency to issues instructions to manufacturers and users to check products that use the cords.
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