Device recipients need stronger rights, says US policy advisor Maisel
This article was originally published in Clinica
A leading advisor on US healthcare policy has called for recipients of life-sustaining medical devices to have "well-defined, specific consumer protections" to minimise adverse health consequences caused by devices and avoid recalls of critical products.
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