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Spike In Drug Recalls Expected As US FDA Resumes Inspections, Targeting COVID-19-Related Problems
Attorneys and recall consultants say any firm distributing products associated with COVID-19 should expect to receive the highest level of scrutiny as the US FDA resumes inspections and uses its enforcement muscle to prohibit companies from making adulterated products, such as hand sanitizers, or making fraudulent claims.
Experts Predict Spike In Drug Recalls As US FDA Inspections Resume
Legal experts say any firm distributing products associated with COVID-19 should expect to receive the highest level of scrutiny as the US FDA resumes inspections and uses its enforcement muscle to prohibit companies from making adulterated products, such as hand sanitizers, or making fraudulent claims.
‘Right Product, Right Time:’ FDA Clears Boston Scientific's Single-Use Duodenoscope
Amid concerns of infections from duodenoscopes that are not sufficiently re-sterilized, the US FDA has cleared Boston Scientific’s Exalt-D as a the first single-use duodenoscope. Investors expect the device will likely take a significant chunk of the market, especially considering the next competitor is at least a year away.
Continued Risks Of Duodenoscopes Leads FDA To Recommend Disposable Cap Devices
After a study earlier this year found that fixed endcap duodenoscopes continued to pose a significant risk of infecting patients after being washed, the US agency is now urging providers to switch to newer-designed scopes that reduce or eliminate the risk from reprocessing, such as duodenoscopes that have interchangeable caps. The directive from the FDA is good news for Boston Scientific, which makes a disposable duodenoscope that is close to being approved by the agency.
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