The importance of subjective and qualitative risk management for medical devices regulation


In the early 2000s, risk management was thought to be able to offer the medical devices industry an exponential game-changing quality revolution. The developments brought by the Japanese quality philosophy, or total quality management, had seen many industries − such as aerospace and automobile production – make a paradigm shift ...

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