FDA Update On Heater-Cooler Devices Seeks New Designs To Reduce Infections
The US FDA has published updated information on heater-cooler devices used to warm or cool patients during surgery, which says the agency is working with industry to bring to market innovative devices that lower the risk of bacterial infection.
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