Medical devices, such as implants and prosthetics, are becoming increasingly available to patients.
The government, however, is not yet sure if the implants and other devices that can help with the functions of the body can be prescribed as medical aids.
In a recent report, the National Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) has highlighted the problem of the government not providing patients with adequate guidance on the best use of these devices.
The report, titled ‘Medical Devices: A Critical Report’, notes that it is difficult to decide whether the best option is to use implants or other devices as medical aid.
The report has urged the government to provide patients with guidelines on which devices can be used as medical devices.
In the report, NIMS stated that implants are used for treating pain, for controlling blood pressure, for relieving chronic conditions such as arthritis and cancer, and for reducing swelling and discomfort in the eyes, mouth and face.
The authors say that many implants are also used for the treatment of other conditions.
However, in a recent case, a woman who was admitted to a hospital with chronic back pain, was given an implant which was deemed to be a non-prescription medical device, according to the report.
In a later case, the woman was given a prosthetic device that was deemed not to be suitable for use in her condition.
In both cases, the device was used for some of the purposes of pain relief and the patients were prescribed drugs to treat the symptoms.
The patients were also given some medications to help them manage the symptoms of the condition.
The government has provided some guidelines on the use of medical devices, but the guidelines are not clear, the report said.
The National Institute for Medical Sciences has submitted a report on the matter to the government.