They didn't. They didn't have Unique Device Identifiers (UDIs) in place to do a recall pilot. In fact, 2014 was when class III devices were registered and UDI compliant. In September 2015, the devices, licensing, licensing supporting and implants under the FDASIA regulations were made compliant, so there wasn't a base of devices available to do a recall pilot.

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