A navigational tool for achieving zero emissions with climate resilience and health equity

. . . The health care sector has become increasingly reliant on single-use disposable medical devices, particularly in high-income countries. Some low-complexity medical devices such as syringes and needles are best designed for single use and should be recycled as part of a circular health care approach. Other high- and medium-complexity devices can be redesigned for circularity, including greater longevity, reprocessing and re-use of materials. . .

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