Pediatric Cardiologists Told To Prepare For Critical Devices Disappearing Due To MDR
Medical devices used in pediatric heart surgeries and other products used for children and for orphan conditions may cease to be available in the EU due to the new Medical Device Regulation compounding existing market pressures, researchers have warned.
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