FDA: Transducer Test A Key Element In Ultrasound Guidance
The US agency lifted 510(k) requirements for many diagnostic ultrasounds via a June guidance document. But a new focus on transducer element safety is still posing some challenges, FDA staff said during a recent webinar on the policy changes.
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