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Nudging Firms To Ditch Older Predicates: A Step In US FDA's Planned 510(k) Reforms

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FDA says it might start publicizing which marketed devices were cleared based on a predicate at least 10 years old. This "market-based approach" is intended to induce companies to modernize their devices, while the agency also pursues other reforms that might require congressional approval.

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