Canadian group develops checklist for safe device reprocessing
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
The Canadian Standards Association and medtech industry association, MEDEC, have developed a standard template for “instructions for use” guides that manufacturers of reusable medical devices can use to ensure the safe reprocessing or sterilisation of their products by healthcare institutions1.
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