Published in Medical Devices and Surgical Technology Week, May 6th, 2012
"Yes, repair is a core of our business, but we also know that repairing an instrument beyond its useful life can lead to a sentinel event on the field. For the patients' sake, we want our customers to be able to recognize when an instrument is beyond repair," said Steve Dillon, IMS' Vice President for Surgical Instruments.
Dillon will present the one-hour interactive program, titled "Quality of...
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