Hospitals and doctors ignore Danish incident reporting drive
This article was originally published in Clinica
The number of Danish adverse incident reports concerning medical devices has risen uniformly since 1995 as a result of better information and awareness on the behalf of manufacturers. However, hospitals and medical staff are not fulfilling their reporting obligations, despite efforts to encourage this. So says a report by the Danish medicines agency (Laegemiddelstyrelsen).
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