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MEETINGS - Technomic Publishing will hold the following seminars (US) March - April 1998:

This article was originally published in Clinica

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Technomic Publishing will hold two seminars in Boston on the science and technology of designing medical equipment. Designing Neurovascular Devices, on March 30-31, will discuss topics such as applying the principles of neurovascular anatomy and physiology to the design of medical devices; understanding how diseases and injuries affect the neurovascular system; and identifying the regulatory requirements that apply to neurovascular products. Designing Cardiovascular Devices, on April 1-3, will cover the latest advances in cardiovascular devices and current pharmacological and surgical interventions. Contact Technomic in the US for more details. Tel: +1 717 291 5609. Fax: +1 717 295 9637.

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