United Arab Emirates invests in med device tech for school clinics

Here's an example of how globalized medical device industry sales have truly become. The Emirate of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates is ordering new medical devices and equipment for 127 school clinics, according to the Khaleej Times. We don't learn from the article the financial investment or specific devices/medical equipment involved (Sharjah's ruler, Shaikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, ordered the purchases), but the transaction follows the hiring of 88 new nurses to beef up medical care at the involved schools. Story

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