FDA clears detector for preventing surgical swabs being left in patients
This article was originally published in Clinica
A novel wand-like device that can alert surgeons to gauzes, towels and sponges that have been accidentally left inside patients before they are surgically closed has received marketing clearance from the US FDA.
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