Is Brazil about to legislate on device reprocessing?
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Brazilian healthcare surveillance agency Anvisa may be about to legislate on new measures to control the reprocessing of medical devices. The agency last week said that it was "studying the results of the consultation and consolidating them into the new regulations". However, four months after hosting an open "audience" to debate the draft legislation, as part of a lengthy consultation launched in March 2004, the agency has now published a full transcript of this debate.
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