Requisition of devices in Danish hospitals sparks controversy
This article was originally published in Clinica
A dispute has arisen in Denmark over the provision of medical equipment in hospitals for the treatment of patients with complicated leg and arm fractures. MP Birthe Skaarup, of the Danish People's Party said that, in some cases, patients were not being admitted to hospital until medical equipment could be requisitioned from other hospitals and that there was often a waiting period for this.
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