Device re-use widespread in Denmark
This article was originally published in Clinica
Re-use of single-use medical devices is more widespread than expected in Denmark, says a new report from the State Serum Institute. A survey of 148 hospital departments revealed that there is no systematic quality control of re-used devices nor of the methods used to sterilise them.
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