Baxter to train 100 surgeons by year-end in use of minimally invasive saphenous vein graft system.
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
BAXTER TO TRAIN 100 PHYSICIANS IN USE OF SIDE BRANCH OCCLUSION SYSTEM by year-end, the firm says. Baxter has contracted Denver, Colorado-based Education Design Inc. to conduct 10 one-day clinics to teach doctors how to use the minimally invasive saphenous vein graft (SVG) system for treating peripheral vascular disease. The clinics, to be conducted at various U.S. locations, each will enroll 10 doctors. Baxter says the eight-hour training session will cost $950 per physician.
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