Medical devices are crucial in medical care today and device technology advances at a dizzying pace. Medical Device Epidemiology and Surveillance
is the first book to provide an overview of medical device epidemiology and surveillance as well as perspectives from regulatory agencies, the medical device industry, the health insurance industry and academia. The book is edited by experts from the US Food and Drug Administration with contributions from experienced specialists working in this field in the US and around the world. It features chapters describing broad themes in medical device epidemiology and surveillance, as well as chapters that describe specific medical devices.
Medical Device Epidemiology and Surveillance is an essential reference for epidemiologists, pharmacoepidemiologists, academics, graduate students, and everybody working in the medical device industry.