NeoMed Supports GEDSA’s U.S. ENFit® Connector Conversion Schedule
The Global Enteral Device Supplier Association (GEDSA) recently released an ENFit Connector Conversion Schedule, which establishes a timeline for member manufacturers to phase out the manufacture of legacy feeding devices and transition adapters. GEDSA member manufacturers have aligned to only produce ISO 80369-3 compliant devices with ENFit connectors according to the following timelines:
NeoMed supports this patient safety initiative and encourages manufacturers, healthcare professionals, hospital purchasing departments and distributors to use this schedule to coordinate ENFit implementation.
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