US FDA Updates Electrosurgical Devices Guidance To Reflect Thermal Damage Testing Recommendations
More than three years after issuing a final guidance on electrosurgical devices, the US FDA is clarifying its thermal damage testing recommendations following sponsor feedback. The update includes recommendations for the types of tissue that the devices should be tested on depending on the indicated use.
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