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Posted 01 November 2011 | By Stefan Menzl, PhD, Sibylle Scholtz
Today, mobile phones and mobile Internet access are widely used around the world. Information is available at all times and is just a "click" away.
But instructions for use (IFU) for most medical devices still must be printed on paper and included with every product. By most standards, this is an anachronistic way of informing people.