Manufacturers must address changes in point-of-care trends
This article was originally published in Clinica
Manufacturers must reconsider the safety of products originally designed for use by hospital staff which are now being used in the primary care setting, often by lay people. If they do not, incidents are likely to occur and they could face liability charges.
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