MEETINGS - Seminar on Infection-Resistant Materials for Medical Devices and Products (US) November 1998:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Technomic Publishing will hold a seminar on Infection-Resistant Materials for Medical Devices and Products in Boston, Massachusetts on November 18-20. The meeting will review the principles, technology, and manufacturing issues for developing and using anti-infective materials in medical devices and products. Discussion will include selecting anti-infective materials and technologies for specific applications; testing and evaluating infection-resistant materials; optimising process conditions; and regulatory issues. For more details contact Technomic Publishing in the US. Tel: +1 717 291 5609. Fax: +1 717 295 9637.
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