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Siemens sells PACS to Malaysia hospital

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The Medical Engineering Group of Siemens in Erlangen, Germany,has won a contract worth DM 15 million ($9.8 million) to supplymedical imaging equipment to a 960-bed hospital to be built inKuala Lumpur, Malaysia. About 60% of the order, to be deliveredto

The Medical Engineering Group of Siemens in Erlangen, Germany,

has won a contract worth DM 15 million ($9.8 million) to supply

medical imaging equipment to a 960-bed hospital to be built in

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. About 60% of the order, to be delivered

to the Selayang Clinic, will consist of Sienet PACS equipment,

which will enable the clinic to be the first filmless hospital

in Malaysia.

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