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5 Medical Device Concerns That Made Us Worry in 2015

The end of the year is a great time to reassess, not just for individuals but for whole industries. In that spirit, here are five medical device stories that scream for lessons learned as we enter the new year.

Qmed Staff

Deadly superbug outbreaks related to duodenoscopes have caused a reassessment of the way endoscopes and devices in general are cleaned, and Hospira infusion pump hacking issues have raised the profile of cybersecurity.

And that's just the beginning when it comes to medical device stories that are a cause for concern.

Here are 5 stories that especially caught our eye >>

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Brian Buntz is the editor-in-chief of MPMN and Qmed. Follow him on Twitter at @brian_buntz. Chris Newmarker is senior editor of MPMN and Qmed. Follow him on Twitter at @newmarker

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