Injector Failure Guidance From US FDA Aims To ‘Balance’ Reliability And Feasibility
Injectors used for emergency administration of drugs such as epinephrine should be demonstrate a ‘remote probability’ of failure equating to no more than one in every 100,000 injection attempts, agency says in a new draft guidance that may have relevance for other types of emergency-use drug delivery devices.
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