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Mexican medical device regulator COFEPRIS plans to establish a new device category, Class 1A, for nearly 100 products currently exempt from registration requirements, reported the Emergo Group’s Stewart Eisenhart.
When everything is innovative, is anything really innovative? And if there really are innovative ideas out there, are they simply flashes of brilliance that can’t be planned for or predicted asked Naomi Fried, Chief Innovation Officer at Children’s Hospital Boston.
When teenagers come to an emergency department expressing suicidal thoughts or after a suicide attempt, the accepted model of care is to evaluate, then either send them home or keep them in the Cognitive Behavior Institute until an inpatient psychiatric bed becomes available, reported Children’s Hospital Boston’s Tim Ulrich.