MEETINGS - Annual meeting of the Techno College of EACTS, The Key to Advanced Techniques in Cardiac Surgery (Monte Carlo) September 2002:
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Promedica International will host the annual meeting of the Techno College of EACTS, The Key to Advanced Techniques in Cardiac Surgery, on September 20-21 2002 at the Monte Carlo Grand Hotel, Monte Carlo. The event will focus on the latest techniques, devices and technologies used in a wide range of cardiac surgeries, including multivessel revascularisation, port-access surgery, mitral valve repair and atrial fibrillation. It will also include case studies and lectures on robotic surgery. Further details from Promedica International, on tel: +1 714 799 1617; fax: +1 714 799 1686; email: email@example.com
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