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German industry demands tighter reconditioning laws

This article was originally published in Clinica

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If more efficient market surveillance reveals that those who process medical devices are unable to conform to the requirements, then we will have to consider further legal restrictions." This was the sentiment expressed by Hans Georg Will at last week's BVMed conference as he sought to tackle the problem of hospital in-house manufacturing and the reconditioning of medical devices in light of the second amendment of the medical device law (MPG - see this issue, p5).

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