COVID-19: FDA Offers Cautionary FAQs On 3D Printing Of Key Medical Supplies
In a 28 March FAQ document, the US agency cautions manufacturers on the 3D printing of medical devices to address the shortage of ventilators and other medical supplies during the coronavirus pandemic.
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