BMJ Open and BMJ articles on device recalls

Yesterday BMJ Open published ‘Medical-device recalls in the UK and the device-regulation process: retrospective review of safety notices and alerts‘.

This paper sits with features, analysis and commentary in the BMJ and the latest edition of Dispatches, ‘The truth about going under the knife’, on Channel 4 (tonight, 16 May, 8 pm). The full list of BMJ/BMJ Open articles is below.

The BMJ Open article concludes that as recalls of medical devices in the UK are on the increase, the lack of access to transparent data and a registry of highest-risk devices is a major problem, with serious adverse effects for patients and increased healthcare costs the potential consequences.

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1 thought on “BMJ Open and BMJ articles on device recalls

  1. Medical devices are very useful in observing the patient.. Without it no doctor can think of treating the patient.. I was wondering to know what latest devices are in use nowadays?

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