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Please Help! AQL for Medical Device Components

Does anyone know of a standard Acceptable Quality Level for medical device components? I’d like to negotiate an acceptable number of nonconforming components from my supplier, but wanted a benchmark to start from.

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Re: AQL for Medical Device Components

Is this the same question being asked here: Failure Rates and Standard Acceptable Quality Level for Incoming Components?

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Re: AQL for Medical Device Components

Marc, yes that is the same question. Sorry for the multiple post.
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