Pumps and lasers gain French approval
This article was originally published in Clinica
Drug delivery pumps manufactured by Zambon and Cordis have joined Graseby Medical's MS 32 on a list of products gaining French homologation. Lasers manufactured by Coherent, Rodenstock and Laserscope have also gained approval and can be marketed until June 13th, 1998. A full list of recently approved products has been published in the French Official journal (May 7th, 1995), which includes resuscitation equipment, orthopaedic implants and ECGs.
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