Prof.Mandy Fader at the University of Southampton argues that Urinary Catheters "should be a state of the art product," but concludes in her column that "the lowly catheter has changed very little in the last 80 years". And Prof Fader warns part of the problem lies with weak regulation, saying: "Unlike with new drugs, manufacturers do not need to show that any changes they make to catheters actually work on patients." She also criticises catheter manufacturers: "What's needed is for industry to wake up and invest more heavily in new catheter designs and... materials that resist infection."
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