Year 2000 fear unnecessary, BVMed tells hospitals
This article was originally published in Clinica
BVMed, the German medical device industry association, has assured hospitals and wholesalers that there is no need to stockpile medical devices in the run-up to the new millennium. Manufacturers are well-prepared and confident that the Y2K problem will have no effect on the availability of their products, according to the association. "Panic buying is completely uncalled for," said BVMed.
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