International Association of Medical Prosthesis Manufacturers (IAPM)
Association internationale des fabricants de prothèses médicales
1979 Brussels Belgium
1979, Brussels (Belgium), as International Association of Pacemaker Manufacturers (IAPM) -- Association internationale des fabricants de stimulateurs cardiaques. Also referred to in English as International Association of Manufacturers of Pacemakers. Listed name adopted Nov 1986. Statutes most recently modified 28 Jun 1994. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Ceased to exist, end 1999, on merger with H-XD6900 - EUCOMEDC, following signature of a memorandum 9 Jun 1999, the combined and restructured organization continuing to operate under the EUCOMED title.
Promote international scientific research concerning pacemakers and other cardiac stimulators.
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