Patient safety related to the use of medical devices: a review and investigation of the current status in the medical device industry.

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To reduce the risk of application error, the federal legislator has demanded a development process which is oriented towards usability (DIN EN 62366). Therefore, the research question concerns the application of this standard by medical device manufacturers. Questionnaires were filled out by five trained interviewers in fully standardized face-to-face… (More)
DOI: 10.1515/bmt-2012-0040

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@article{Geissler2013PatientSR, title={Patient safety related to the use of medical devices: a review and investigation of the current status in the medical device industry.}, author={Norman Geissler and Trevor Byrnes and Wolfgang Lauer and Klaus Radermacher and Susanne Kotzsch and Werner Korb and Uvo M H{\"{o}lscher}, journal={Biomedizinische Technik. Biomedical engineering}, year={2013}, volume={58 1}, pages={67-78} }