EU Medtech Industry Keeps Watchful Eye On Changing Needs In Ukraine
Shortages Of Neon Gas And IT Talent Are Among The Unanticipated Fallouts Of Russia’s Invasion
Ukraine’s medical supply needs have evolved since Russia launched its military invasion of the country on 24 February. EU healthcare decision makers and the medical technology industry have since stood firm in their support of the besieged country, said MedTech Europe’s Jesús Rueda.
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