FDA Meeting/Comment Opportunity on Reducing Radiation Exposure

This post was written by Paul Sheives.

On March 30-31, FDA is holding a public meeting on “Device Improvements to Reduce Unnecessary Radiation Exposure from Medical Imaging.“ The purpose of the meeting is to seek stakeholder input on how manufacturers of devices used in computed tomography (CT) and in fluoroscopy could alter medical devices or clinical practice to lessen exposure to unnecessary ionizing radiation during these procedures. FDA also is accepting public comment on this issue until April 15, 2010.

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