MEDEC

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MEDECMedical Devices Canada
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British convoy authorities in New York had been unwilling to allow Captain Le Medec to sail directly in convoy to Europe in his slow munitions ship, and instead sent the Mont Blanc to Halifax with instructions to try and find a convoy willing to accommodate the dangerous vessel.
Despite speaking little French while Captain Le Medec only had some fluency in English, the two men certainly understood each other.
Captain Le Medec and his crew had reached the shore seconds before the explosion, and had fled up the beach to the shelter of a nearby wood.
MedEc Interactive offers physicians access to a broad spectrum of health-care information, including practice management, clinical support, drug information, managed care, and patient education, as well as late-breaking medical news, continuing medical education, and National Library of Medicine databases such as MEDLINE.
"From fast-breaking medical news to crucial guidelines for the newest drugs, Medec Interactive puts a wealth of information at practitioners' fingertips."
Additional information is available to physicians at the Web site (http://www.pdrnet.com) or by sending an e-mail request to pdrnet @ medec.com.
Trade groups have played a role internationally for years, with organizations such as Eucomed in Europe and MEDEC in Canada serving as long-time players in global medtech advocacy.
The Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed) and the Canadian medical technology association MEDEC announce that MEDEC recently approved a number of guidances and tools designed to promote ethical interactions between medical device and diagnostics companies and third-party distributors.
Of course, trade groups have played a role internationally for years, with groups such as Eucomed in Europe and MEDEC in Canada serving as long-time players in global medtech advocacy.
Stephen Dibert is president and CEO of MEDEC, the national association created by and for the Canadian medical device industry.