Australian medtech industry recommends use of safety engineered devices
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
The Australian health authorities should consider developing a national standard mandating the use of safety engineered medical devices (SEMDs) to protect healthcare workers in hospitals and other organisations, the medtech industry association MTAA has suggested1,2.
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