"Pragmatic" class III device reuse criteria proposed by US House
This article was originally published in Clinica
US hospitals might once again be able to reuse such risky single-use devices as balloon catheters and biopsy tools, thanks to a provision of the user fee bill approved last week by the House Energy and Commerce Committee (see this issue, p 9).
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