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Medical device companies, like the hundreds that dot Minnesota, do not know everything about the safety of their products.

The Food and Drug Administration requires device makers to prove new devices are safe to use as directed, but there’s only so much testing the agency can require before approving or denying a new product for market. That’s why the FDA requires “postmarket” surveillance, which includes investigating all complaints about their devices and reporting confirmed problems publicly.

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