learned intermediary

Definition of "learned intermediary"
  1. A knowledgeable professional, typically a doctor, who is adequately informed about the potential risks of a product by the maker as per the learned intermediary doctrine
How to use "learned intermediary" in a sentence
  1. The pharmaceutical company provided all the necessary safety information about the new drug to the learned intermediary.
  2. As a learned intermediary, the dentist was briefed regarding the potential drawbacks of a particular dental product.
  3. The hospital relies on the learned intermediary to remain informed about the dangers of various medical devices.

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