Mercosur sets A&E (accident and emergency) and ICU (intensive care unit) standards
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Mercosur trading bloc's common market group (GMC) approved a series of resolutions establishing healthcare delivery standards across its member states in the areas of A&E and intensive care. The four healthcare-related resolutions approved at the GMC's latest meeting, held on October 6-8, in Brasilia, Brazil, include Resolution GMC 25/04 on the Common requirements for the approval of mobile A&E care units and Resolution GMC 28/04 on the Common requirements for adult intensive care units (ICUs).
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