UK devices agency tackles high number of user errors
This article was originally published in Clinica
Healthcare professionals and patients will require better training in the safe use of medical devices if the number of adverse incidents involving devices is to be reduced, according to a new guide on the safe use of devices from the UK Medical Devices Agency.
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