FDA stresses priorities in manufacturer inspections
This article was originally published in Clinica
By law, the FDA is supposed to inspect device manufacturers every two years. But with funds to hire FDA field staff in short supply, companies can go years before ever seeing an inspector. In this environment, it sometimes seems as if the chance of being inspected is simply the luck of the draw, writes Karen Riley.
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