Many Device-Related Deaths Are Not Being Accurately Reported To FDA, Study Claims
Research from the University of California, San Francisco claims that many deaths involving medical devices are incorrectly reported to the US agency, and says improving the accuracy of how these deaths are classified could improve patient safety.
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