15 October 2001 ZAGREB - On 14 October, the Croatian government ordered hospitals to stop using dialysis machines made by U.S. company Baxter International Inc. So far, 23 patients undergoing treatment with the equipment have died in Pula, Pozega, Karlovac and Zagreb. There have been no more deaths since the replacement of the machines. Baxter […]

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