Spanish health authorities restrict use of X-ray system after fatal accident
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Spanish health agency, Insalud, and the department of health in Catalonia have temporarily banned one of the three uses of GE Medical's Televix 1600 X-ray system, as a preventative measure. This follows an incident in Barcelona when, according to Spanish press reports, a 66-year old patient was killed by the arm of the apparatus falling on to her thorax.
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