New EU radiation rules: buyer compliance to drive new market opportunities
This article was originally published in Clinica
A raft of new measures regulating the levels of imaging radiation dose to which patients and healthcare staff are exposed will be in place in hospitals by 6 February 2018, following the European Commission’s revision of the Eurotom Directive. This opens up an opportunity for medical imaging equipment manufacturers that are offering new dose reduction and management solutions, as these would likely to be of increased interest to healthcare providers who are renewing their equipment in the next four years.
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