Healthcare User Rating Registry (HURRy) is a platform for individuals to rate and to post reviews of products of healthcare industry (see definition of healthcare industry).
The purposes of HURRy are:
to allow users to exchange opinions and experiences on individual healthcare products,
to help healthcare product users make better purchasing decisions,
to help healthcare industry improve their products and develop new products to meet users’ needs,
where the “users” include but not limited to:
patients and their carers, and
and the “healthcare products” include but not limited to:
healthcare/medical devices/equipment operated by healthcare professionals with special knowledge and training, such as x-ray machine, robotic surgical system, and infusion pump (see more);
healthcare/medical devices/equipment/services used by patients and their carers, such as wheelchair, wearable monitoring device, and glucometer.
healthcare/medical devices/services used by consumers, such as electric toothbrush, ear thermometer, and mobile health app.
We guarantee unbiased ratings and un-edited reviews directly from the users. We do not provide any buying guide or advice based on our own or any expert’s opinion, but the users’ ratings and reviews posted on our website may be valuable in helping buyers make their own decision.
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(I) MEDICAL DEVICES
MEDICAL GAS EQUIPMENT
SURGICAL LIGHTSSURGICAL MICROSCOPES
(I) MEDICAL IMAGING
B. Engineering for Disease Prevention,
Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management
1. Cardiovascular Disease
3. Alzheimer's Disease
5. Respiratory Disease
7. Degenerative Diseases
C. Engineering for Patient Care
1. Patient Safety
2. Critical Care
3. Neonatal Care
4. Home Healthcare
5. Elderly Care
6. Patient Monitoring
7. Health Disparities
8. Disaster Management
D. Engineering for Medical Specialties
1. Allergy and Immunology
4. Critical Care Medicine
5. Emergency Medicine
8. General Surgery
10. Infectious Disease
MAUDE data represent reports of adverse events involving medical devices. The data consists of all voluntary reports since June, 1993, user facility reports since 1991, distributor reports since 1993, and manufacturer reports since August, 1996. The MAUDE database houses medical device reports submitted to the FDA by mandatory reporters (manufacturers, importers and device user facilities) and voluntary reporters such as health care professionals, patients and consumers.
This database contains a list of classified medical device recalls since November 1, 2002.
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