Australia delays regulation on reprocessing of semi- and non-critical SUDs (single use medical devices)
This article was originally published in Clinica
The deadline up to which Australian healthcare facilities can re-manufacture semi- and non-critical single use medical devices (SUDs) for re-use has been extended to July 1 2007. After this date, only institutions that meet the legislative requirements mandatory for manufacturers will be permitted to reprocess or refurbish products that are classified higher than class I.
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