Anti-theft system warnings proposed for defibrillators
This article was originally published in Clinica
Information leaflets supplied with implantable defibrillators should warn patients against lingering beside electronic anti-theft machines, says the International Association of Medical Prosthesis Manufacturers (IAPM). Manufacturers should also include a warning in the physician manual, the association recommends.
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