MEETINGS - Symposium on Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery (US) October 1997:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The second annual Stanford University symposium on Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery will be held on October 24-25 in California. The meeting will include discussions on the economic impact of minimally invasive cardiac surgery, complications of standard cardiac surgery and the endovascular cardiopulmonary bypass theory. Contact ProMedica International for further information. Tel: +1 714 640 5870. Fax: +1 714 640 5731.
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