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 (rē-prŏs′ĕs′, -prō′sĕs′)
tr.v. re·proc·essed, re·proc·ess·ing, re·proc·ess·es
To cause to undergo special or additional processing before reuse.
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(riˈprɒs ɛst; esp. Brit. -ˈproʊ sɛst)

(of wool fiber) derived from previously woven, knitted, or felted wool that was never used or worn.
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In addition to transitioning to safer devices, the FDA is communicating with device manufacturers to encourage them to develop innovative approaches for the entire duodenoscope reprocessing procedure to provide a high margin of safety and reduce the risk of infection associated with reprocessed duodenoscopes.
Summary: Global reprocessed medical devices market is projected to exhibit a CAGR of 14.9% between 2017 and 2024.
For medical and non-medical reasons, several dialyzer are being reprocessed and reused to lower hypersensitivity reactions.
The guidelines, updated for the first time in 15 years, also urge Japanese utility operators to steadily consume plutonium reprocessed overseas, but does not elaborate on how that works out with additional plutonium from Rokkasho.
Additionally, ADVANTAGE PLUS Pass-Thru AER's hard-wall separation between dirty and clean reprocessing areas is designed to prevent recontamination of reprocessed endoscopes, ensuring safe, patient-ready endoscopes for every procedure.
We thought that a melt filtered reprocessed pellet will run better than unfiltered regrinds or densified materials in plastics production machinery.
That has led the VA to take a closer look at the situation and allow veterans an opportunity to have their TBI claims reprocessed.
Maryland Heights, MO, September 16, 2016 --( The global reprocessed medical devices market is estimated to reach USD 2.6 Billion in 2020, growing at a CAGR of 16.7% from 2016 to 2020, according to a market research report Reprocessed Medical Devices Market 2013-2020, published by iHealthcareAnalyst, Inc.
Every reputable company registers with the FDA annually and must provide a list of devices reprocessed in their facility.
Reprocessed medical devices generally provide healthcare facilities and patients significant cost savings compared to disposable or single-use items.