MEETINGS - Three-day course entitled Establishing compliance with the medical device directives (Denmark) April 2001:
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The Danish Medical Devices Certification (DGM) will hold a three-day course entitled Establishing compliance with the medical device directives in Copenhagen on April 4-6. The three-day course being run injunction with Cameron Quality Consultants will provide an understanding of and explain approaches to the EU's medical devices directives. For more information contact Charlotte Pedersen at the DGM in Denmark. Tel: +45 39 96 64 00. Fax: +45 39 96 64 01. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.dgm-nb.org
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