Covidien targets wound care product shortage

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Covidien targets wound care product shortage
Covidien targets wound care product shortage

 

Covidien will make more of its cotton-based wound care products at its Augusta, GA, locating. The move is part of an effort to prevent possible supply shortages. The Food & Drug Administration recently announced an import alert on certain steam sterilized plastic bandages and cotton pads made in China. These products have been detained without physical examination due to microbiological contamination. 

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