Belgium moves medical device reuse back into the spotlight
This article was originally published in Clinica
The reuse of single-use medical devices is back on the Belgian government's agenda. Last November indications were that Belgium was unlikely to publish its controversial decree without negotiating first with its EU partners, and the subject receded into the background. But growing fears about the transmission of animal diseases has moved this issue back into the spotlight.
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