Hewlett-Packard wins $7 million Mexican order:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Mexico's Social Security Institute has ordered of medical instruments worth $7 million from Hewlett-Packard of Palo Alto, California. The order includes SONOS echocardiography and cardiovascular-ultrasound machines, ImagePoint Hx digital ultrasound scanners, Viridia foetal and patient monitors, Codemaster XL defibrillators, and Stresswriter ECG exercise testers. The World Bank is financing the deal.
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