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Ban on Reuse of Semi- and Noncritical SUDs Delayed in Australia
January 4, 2007
Australia's Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) extended the Dec. 1 deadline for companies remanufacturing semi-critical and noncritical single-use devices (SUDs) for reuse to comply with a ban on reused medical devices labeled for single use.
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