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Brazilian Medtech Welcomes Parametric Release Sterilization Regime

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Brazil has approved a long-awaited reform of its medical device sterilization protocols, with the adoption of a parametric release regime – a move which the industry has welcomed as “putting an end to a significant barrier” to local medical technology business.

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