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More Work Needed To Ensure Enteral Connectors Meet New Standards, FDA Suggests

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US FDA and international standards organizations have been working for some years to reduce the risk of enteral tube misconnections. A new letter from the agency urges the use of connectors designed to keep connectors from being paired with the wrong device.

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