|Name:||Proceedings of the Seminar and Advisory Group on Regulatory Policies for Medical Devices 2-10 May 1990.|
Autor(es): Bureau of Radiation and Medical Devices Canada, Center for Devices and Radiological Health USA.
Regulation of the sale of medical devices in a country has been shown to reduce the problems, often serious, from inadequate and defective equipment. More countries are now taking an interest in such regulation as health cost escalates and more sophisticated devices are used in diagnosis and treatment. This seminar was designed to introduce Latin American and Caribbean health officials to Canadian, U.S., and European experiences with the regulation of medical devices and to develop recommendations for regulations in the participating countries.
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