Washington UPDATE

July 2001
Healthcare Purchasing News;Jul2001, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p12
Trade Publication
Presents updates on events and issues in related to medical care in Washington. Information on a vein graft system for heart surgery from Saint Jude Medical Inc.; Legislation on research for breast implants; Reason for the postponement of a rule by the Health and Human Services agency which allows nurses to administer anesthesia.


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