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Comments on the Health Canada Notice: Classification and Licensing of High-Level Disinfectants and Sterilants as Medical Devices

In collaboration with the Canadian Association of Medical Device Reprocessing (CAMDR), IPAC Canada has issued a comment on the Health Canada Notice: Classification and Licensing of High-Level Disinfectants and Sterilants as Medical Devices [March 16, 2018].  The document is an overview of the changes resulting from new Health Canada guidelines and recommendation to members on understanding and implementing the new guidelines. More information.

 

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