New US rule on lithium batteries may disrupt device supply
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
A new rule proposed by the US Department of Transport has drawn the attention of medical device manufacturers because, if finalised, it would limit the ability of medical equipment and other products containing small lithium batteries to be transported by aircraft1,2.
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