Report Card for REHACARE

December 2007
PN;Dec2007, Vol. 61 Issue 12, p65
Trade Publication
The article highlights the REHACARE INTERNATIONAL 2007 held at Düsseldorf, Germany. This event was participated by some 47,000 visitors to see the latest rehabilitation products and assistive devices presented by 809 exhibitors from 32 countries. The number of visitors was lower than for the 2006 event according to a survey.


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