The FDA is concerned whether several medical devices already on the market, such as...
Thursday, January 17, 7:44 PM ETThe FDA is concerned whether several medical devices already on the market, such as electroconvulsive therapy devices for depression and emergency defibrillators, require additional evidence to prove they're safe. It's issued a safety advisory, saying patients with symptoms suggesting their devices aren't functioning properly should be considered for testing of possible metal ions in their bloodstream. Symptoms include: skin rashes, neurological changes such as hearing and vision impairment, and psychological status changes including depression.
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