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FDA Warns Euromi Over Complaint Handling

Belgium-based Euromi was slapped with a far-ranging FDA warning letter that chides the company for not properly handling complaints, including instances in which cannula tips from a liposuction system broke and became lodged in patients. Read More

Lawmakers Call on GAO to Investigate Power Morcellators

A bipartisan group of lawmakers is calling on the head of the U.S. Government Accountability Office to investigate why power morcellators remained on the market for more than two decades before being slapped with a black box warning last year. Read More

Duodenoscope, Endoscope Makers Receive FDA Warning Letters

Olympus is facing tough questions from the FDA following inspections conducted in April and May of four facilities that manufacture duodenoscopes. The company — along with Pentax and Fujifilm — is facing scrutiny after improper cleaning of its complex endoscopes was linked to patients becoming sick or dying. Read More

Liposuction Maker Hit With Warning Over Lax MDR

Belgium-based Euromi was slapped with a far-ranging FDA warning letter that chides the company for not properly handling complaints, including instances in which cannula tips from a liposuction system broke and became lodged in patients. Read More

Expert Advice on Addressing Data Integrity Issues

The FDA has cited data integrity as one of the most important GMP issues because it lies at the crux of all GMP systems. John Avellanet, managing director and principal at Cerulean Associates, sat down with FDAnews to talk about how companies should be handling their data. Read More